Price Thomas Travel Bursaries
The group of Travelling Surgical Club (as it was then) members photographed above in Madrid in 1953 includes Clement Price Thomas.
The Travelling Surgical Society of Great Britain and Ireland 2012 Price Thomas Travelling Fellowships
Applications are now open for the 2013 Price Thomas Fellowships. These bursaries cover all registration fees, travelling expenses, hotel costs and all organised meals. The winners will travel with the society to Charlottesville, Virginia in May 2013. The closing date for applications is Friday 2nd November 2012. An application form can be downloaded here.
Who was the 2012 Price Thomas Travelling Fellows?
There was only one Price Thomas Fellow in 2012. Mr Justin Davies travelled to Dublin with the society where he presented papers at St Vincent’s University Hospital and at the Mater Misericordiae Hospital.
Who were the 2011 Price Thomas Travelling Fellows?
The holders of the 2011 awards, Mr John Simpson (Nottingham) and Mr James Clover (Cork), travelled to Switzerland with the Travelling Surgical Society from 4th to 11th June 2011. During this time they delivered two papers at scientific meetings at Centre Hospitalier Universitaire Vaudois, Lausanne, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève and attended a meeting at The International Committee for the Red Cross, Geneva. You will find John Simpson’s report here
Who were the 2010 Price Thomas Travelling Fellows?
The winners of the 2010 Price Thomas Travelling Fellowships were Prof Ian Chetter, Senior Lecturer/Consultant Vascular Surgeon, Hull and Mr David Macafee, Trainee, Northern Deanery. They travelled with the society to Cuba and Barbados.
You will find David Macafee’s report on his trip in 2010 here .
Who were the 2009 Price Thomas Fellows?
The winners of the 2009 Price Thomas Travelling Fellowships were Prof David Jayne, Consultant Colorectal Surgeon and Senior Lecturer, Leeds and Prof Tim Lane, Consultant Urologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, Queen Mary Medical School, London. They travelled with the society to Iceland.