Medical student awarded British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology prize
Sarah Nichol, University of Glasgow Medical Student, has been awarded the Medical Student Essay prize from the British Society for Clinical Neurophysiology (BSCN). A prize of £500 is awarded to the best essay submitted describing a case where neurophysiology significantly contributed to the diagnosis or management of a patient.
Sarah, who is currently doing an intercalated degree and will return to the fourth year of her medical degree next year, submitted an essay on a case she encountered, where neurophysiology was able to help establish a diagnosis of delayed radiation induced bulbar palsy, which can mimic motor neurone disease. She received her prize at the recent BSCN annual general meeting in London by the BSCN President, Dr Adrian Fowle.
First published: 10 December 2018