BIR Aidence Mayneord Memorial Lecture

Aidence 

 

Founded in 1984 in memory of Professor W V Mayneord CBE FRS, Past President and Honorary Member of the BIR. The lecture is given at the BIR Annual Congress.

It is an annual award made to an individual or a group of collaborators in recognition of recent or current contributions in the wide and expanding field of radiology. Nominations may also be accepted from individuals in other areas of healthcare or management whose innovative research or work has a relevance or interest to those working in the fields of radiology, radiation oncology and the underlying sciences.

From 2022 this prize is being generously sponsored by Aidence. The sponsoring company presents a plaque to the recipient after the lecture has been given.

The award is in the form of sponsorship to  attend the event, a monetary award of £1,000 and a celebration trophy.

BIR/Aidence Mayneord Award 2023

BIR Aidence Mayneord Award 2023 Sir Jonathan received the BIR/Aidence Mayneord Memorial Award and prior to receiving the award Sir Jonathan (who is Senior Strategy Advisor in Medicine, University of Nottingham) gave the eponymous lecture titled “Science, policy and leadership during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic”. 

Left: Professor Sir Jonathan Van Tam presented with his award by Professor Stephen Keevil, President of the BIR and Lloyd O’Mahony, Business Development Manager, Aidence.

 

 

BIR/Aidence Mayneord Award 2022

BIR Aidence Mayneord Award 2022Presented to Dr Giles Maskell, Consultant Radiologist at Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust at the BIR Annual Congress on 23 September at the Royal College of Physicians.  Prior to receiving the award Dr Maskell gave the eponymous lecture on “Practising Radiology”. The lecture chimed with the overall theme of the Congress this year “Looking Back to the Future: 125 years of BIR”. Read more about the talk here 

 

Image: (Left to right) Dr Sridhar Redla, Victor Groothengel (CCO Aidence) and Dr Giles Maskell

You can watch the talk here 

 

BIR/Canon Mayneord Award 2021

Clive KayPresented to Professor Clive Kay (Chief Executive,  King’s College Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust). Professor Kay delivered a fascinating talk entitled “Integrated Care – reasons to be cheerful and reasons to be watchful” at the BIR Annual Congress on 5 November. He outlined both the challenges and the reasons to be positive about how to implement an Integrated Care System in the UK. Watch the talk for free here

 

 We are grateful to Canon Medical (formerly Toshiba) for their support of this award from 2014-2021.

 

Previous winners:

2020

Professor Evis Sala

2019

Professor Mathias Prokop

2018

Professor Perry Pickhardt

2017

Professor Keith McNeil

2016

Professor Adrian Dixon

2015

Professor Muir Gray

2014

  Dr John Buscombe

2013

No Award

2012

Professor Richard Ehman

2011

Professor Sir Mike Richards

2010

Lord Darzi

2009

Professor Eliot Siegel

2008

Professor Graeme Bydder

2007

Professor Steven C Horii

2006

Dr Kathy Andriole

2005

Dr M Vannier

2004

Professor Paul Chang

2003

Professor G von Schulthess

2002

Dr Geoffrey Rubin

2001

Dr E Zerhouni

2000

Professor W R Lees

1999

Professor P N T Wells

1998

Professor J C Buckland-Wright

1997

Professor L Dalla Palma

1996

Professor J M Bloem

1995

Dr William Orrison Jr

1994

Professor Michael Brady

1993

Professor G D Gadian

1992

Dr William Vennart

1991

Dr D M Goldenberg

1990

Professor S Lizzi

1989

Professor T Naidich

1988

Dr J R Ott

1987

Miss F A Fry

1986

Mr G R Higson

1985

Mr A d'Agapeyeff, OBE

1984

Professor R P Parker

 

 

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