The English College recently held their annual RCS Research fellowship vivas. They received 113 applications in the main round which were externally assessed, from these scores 52 applicants were shortlisted for vivas carried out by 7 professors. BAPS is therefore very pleased to announce that Miss Laura Jackson was ranked in the top 10 after this thorough process and has been awarded the BAPS/RCSEng joint research fellowship.
Laura is a paediatric surgical registrar whose project is “Do aquaporins predict against renal damage in PUJ obstruction”, a project which is being undertaken in the Academic Renal Unit at the University of Bristol. Her supervisors are Dr Richard Coward and Mr Mark Woodward.