The Harvey Club of London Prize (EST. 2008)
Congratulations to Sandra Botros who received this prize for her presentation on "A Devastating Illness, A Simple Cure: Dr Joseph Goldberger's Controversial Pursuit of the Etiology and Prevention of Pellegra".
This prize is awarded annually for the best medical student paper in the history of medicine. This prize winner receives a monetary award and their name is engraved on a silver plate, which is on display in the History of Medicine office.
Founded in 1919 by local physicians, the Harvey Club of London, Canada is the oldest active medical club in this country. The original objective of the club was to prepare, present and publish more scientific research papers – which it did – however broader interests in the sciences, professions, humanities and the world at large have also been encouraged. Currently there are about 70 active and emeriti members. Read more about the Harvey Club of London.
Past Award Recipients:
- 2018 Sandra Botros
- 2017 North de Pencier
- 2016 Nicole Arseneau
- 2015 Daniel Liu / Madeline Arkle
- 2014 Kevin Dueck
- 2013 Noor Jawaid
- 2012 Abdul Naeem
- 2011 Jason Chan
- 2010 Lucas Vivas
- 2009 Michael Livings