Emeritus Professor Malcolm Levene

James Spence Medallist

Year James Spence Medal awarded: 2010

As teacher, scientist, author and clinician, Malcolm’s contribution to Paediatrics is testimony to outstanding quality and productivity. His driving educational interest, with student put first, is seen as Dean of Students. An international force in Fetal and Neonatal Neurology, his research focussing on perinatal brain injury led to election to the Academy of Medical Sciences. Malcolm has authored over 200 peer reviewed articles and 19 books. Awards include Donald Patterson, Michael Blacow, Guthrie and recently the international William Liley Medal. In RCPCH, his contribution ranges from Academic Board to Editor of Mastercourse, winner of the BMA medical book competition.