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2013 Pharmacy Prize Giving Ceremony

The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences was delighted to host its annual prize giving ceremony on Wednesday the 4th of December. The event was held in the Knowledge Exchange, in Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute. Professor Anne Marie Healy, Head of the School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences and Professor Mary McCarron, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, welcomed academics, sponsors, students, family and friends to the ceremony.

The Prize Giving Ceremony is a celebration of the outstanding performance of the TCD Pharmacy students in their academic achievements in the B.Sc. (Pharm.) Degree course. Prizes are awarded for high academic performance in particular areas of Pharmacy study. The School views each award as a statement of support and recognition for their students. The School acknowledges the generosity of all our sponsors and congratulations to all recipients on their awards and their academic achievements.

 

The Prizes and Prize Winners

Pfizer Healthcare Ltd Junior Freshman Pharmacy Prize

 

Winner-Rebecca Kate Cooper Clarke

Photo: Rebecca Kate Cooper Clarke and Maura Kinahan

 

Awarded for overall first place in the Junior Freshman Pharmacy Annual Examination

Presented by:Maura Kinahan, Operations Manager Pfizer

 

Pharmacy Alumni Prize

 

Winner-Caroline Walsh

Photo-Prof. Mary McCarron, Caroline Walsh and Dr. Catriona Bradley

 

This prize is awarded for the best combined overall mark in the Junior Sophister year
Presented by: Professor Mary McCarron, Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences and Dr. Catriona Bradley, Director of Pharmacy at Boots Retail (Ire) Ltd

 

Sanofi Ireland Prize, Pfizer Healthcare Ltd Prize in Pharmacology and The Actavis Academy Senior Sophister Pharmacy Prize

 

Winner-Louise Gavaghan

Photos from left to right:Louise Gavaghan with 1. John Walsh and Ingrid Walsh. 2. Prof. Marek Radomski and Maura Kinahan. 3. Astrid Sasse and Barry Doyle

 

Sanofi Ireland Prize-Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall combined mark in modules PH3003 and PH4003
Presented by:Ingrid Walsh, Head of Consumer Healthcare, Sanofi Ireland

Pfizer Healthcare Ltd Prize in Pharmacology-Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall combined mark in modules
PH3009, PH3010, PH3011, PH4009 and PH4011
Presented by:Maura Kinahan, Operations Manager Pfizer Healthcare Ltd

The Actavis Academy Senior Sophister Pharmacy Prize-Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall mark in the Pharmacy degree
Presented by:Barry Doyle, Key Account Manager, Actavis

 

Paul Higgins Memorial Prize-Prize in Pharmaceutical Chemistry

Winner-Ruth O’Toole

Photo-Ruth O'Toole, Prof. Mary Meegan and Brian Collins

 

Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall combined mark in modules PH3002 and PH4002
Presented by:Brian Collins, Source Manager, Uniphar Group

 

LEO Pharma Prize in Pharmaceutics

 

Winner-Brian McNamara

Photo-Brian McNamara and Dr. Karen O'Connor

 

Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall combined mark in modules PH4004 and PH4005
Presented by: Dr. Karen O’Connor, Technology Management Director, LEO Pharma

 

McNeil Prize

 

Winner-Paula Byrne

Photo: Paula Byrne, Prof. Martin Henman

 

Awarded to the student who attains the highest overall combined mark in modules PH4006 and PH4007 (including electives)
Presented by: Geraldine Freeman, Pharmacy Channel Manager, McNeil Healthcare (Ireland) Ltd.

 


Last updated 9 September 2016 by School of Pharmacy & Pharmaceutical Sciences (Email).