Awards, Prizes and Scholarships

Mr Johnson on the occasion of the award of the Hunterian Professorship

Mr Johnson on the occasion of the award of the Hunterian Professorship in 2001

CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY:

Skerne Scholarship, 1989 - This scholarship was awarded for obtaining a First Class Honours Degree.

Belfield-Clarke Prize for Biological Sciences, 1989 - This prize was awarded by St. Catharine's College for obtaining the top First Class Honours Degree in Pathology in the University.

OXFORD UNIVERSITY:

Ida Mary Henderson Scholarship to Christ Church, 1989 - This scholarship was awarded for gaining entry to Christ Church with a First Class Honours Degree from Cambridge University.

POST-GRADUATE:

Conrad Lewin Prize, 1994 - This prize was awarded for the best presentation of original research at The Joint Meeting of the British and French Associations of Clinical Anatomists, Dec. 1994.
Title: The abdominal subcutaneous tissue - anatomical observations using computed tomography.

Oxford Regional Registrar's Prize, 1997 - This prize was awarded for the best presentation of original research at The Oxford Regional General Surgical Meeting, held at Kettering, April 1997.
Title: The difficulties in diagnosing breast cancer in the immediate pre-screening age group.

Wellcome Research Training Fellowship, 1998 - This training fellowship is awarded by direct competition at interview following an application for a research grant.
Title: A comprehensive screen of genes implicated in craniosynotosis.

Hunterian Professorship 2001/2002 - This is a very prestigious award given by the Royal College of Surgeons of England. Title of oration lecture: A comprehensive screen of genes implicated in craniosynotosis. Delivered at the RCS, London on 29th November, 2001

British Association of Plastic Surgeons Travelling Bursary 2005 This is a competitive grant awarded to senior trainees to gain experience in the field of plastic surgery abroad which is unavailable in the candidate's home unit. This was awarded for his Fellowship in Craniofacial Surgery in Adelaide.

RCS of England Ethicon Foundation Fellowship Award  2005 - This is a competitive grant awarded to senior trainees who are undertaking specialist fellowship training programmes. This was awarded for his Fellowship in Craniofacial Surgery in Adelaide.


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