Final Year Prize Winners 2021

King’s College London

Congratulations to our Final Year Prize Winners, graduating class of 2021.

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H Arthur & J. Bernard Cohen Prize

Awarded for the best performance in a special examination on the subject of Anaesthetics & Sedation.

Runner-up: Chinwe Akuonu

Winner: Amandeep Sarkaria

Malleson Prize

Awarded for the best report on research work carried out during the student’s clinical years in which the student has taken an active part.

Winner: Mamiroro Emore

A. M. Clover Prize

Awarded to the student who has best epitomised the Guy’s motto ‘Dare Quam Accipere’ by showing that it is better to give than to receive in their attitude and whole-hearted involvement in all aspects of school life during their student career.

Balal Khan

Jack Wheatley Carlton Hunter Prize

Awarded to the student judged to have set the highest standard of exemplary conduct as regards courtesy, humanity and kindness in the treatment of patients.

Zhijia Zhou

Laurence Usiskin Prize

Awarded to the student with the fifth highest aggregate marks in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Rachel Ting

Dr Jose Souyave Senior Class Prize in Endodontics

Awarded to the student who is most distinguished in the theory and practice of Endodontics

3rd place runner up – Zhijia Zhou

2nd place runner up – Anesah Anwar

Winner – Amandeep Sarkaria

Academy of Operative Dentistry Award

Awarded to a final year student in recognition of excellence and outstanding achievement in operative dentistry as nominated by senior members of the faculty.

Ayman Al-Khishali

Parris Prize

Awarded to the student who has shown the greatest inventive genius

Melanie Bernard

Dental Public Health Prize

Awarded to the best-performing student in the Dental Public Health in-course assessment

Martine Morcos

Koray Feran Prize

Awarded for the best Case Presentations as part of Clinical Finals from each of the three student teams.

Harleen Motizada

Rachel Ting

Amarpreet Grewal

University of London Gold Medal

Awarded annually to the student who most distinguishes him or herself in a special series of oral exams conducted by four external examiners.

Nominee – Daryl Ng

Nominee – Harleen Motizada

Nominee – Parth Patel

Nominee – Amarpreet Grewal

Nominee – Rachel Ting

Nominee – Iona Carter

Jelf Medal

Awarded to the student who has most distinguished him or herself during his or her undergraduate career, not only in academic proficiency, but also in social and athletic activities.

Martine Morcos

Geoffrey Forman Prize

Awarded for the best essay on the subject of Oral Diagnosis.

Jonas Hue (BDS4)

Newland Pedley Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest aggregate marks in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Daryl Ng

Saunders Prize

Awarded to the student with the second highest aggregate marks in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Harleen Motizada

Robert Woodhouse Prize

Awarded to the student with the third highest aggregate marks in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Parth Patel

Alfred Woodhouse Prize

Awarded to the student with the fourth highest aggregate marks in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Amarpreet Grewal

Warren Birnbaum Prize

Awarded to the medically-qualified dentist with the most meritorious overall performance in the BDS Part 5 examinations (Finals).

Marcus Gilmartin

S. J. Kaye Prize

Awarded to the student with the highest mark in the online end of course Oral Disease examination and the Oral Disease components of the final clinical reasoning examination.

Khushbu Mehta

Tom Pitt-Ford Prize

Awarded to the most outstanding student in the field of Endodontology

Chinwe Akuonu

Maurice Wohl General Dental Practice Centre Prize

Awarded to the student who has attained the highest standards of general dental practice whilst attending the Maurice Wohl General Dental Practice Centre

Certificate of Merit:

Certificate for Most Improved:

To be announced

The Portsmouth Prize

Awarded to the student who has added most to the ethos of the University of Portsmouth Dental Academy by providing excellent care to their patients and contributing enthusiastically to the concept of team working.

Chinwe Akuonu

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