Emma Elliott wins ECR Neuropsychology award
SCMH PhD student, Emma Elliott, won the 2019 British Neuropsychological Society (BNS) Humphreys and Riddoch Prize in recognition of outstanding work in neuropsychology by a postgraduate student.
Emma presented work from her PhD on the 'prognostic utility of early post-stroke cognitive screening' at the BNS Autumn meeting and previously presented work regarding 'feasibility of acute cognitive screening' at the Spring meeting.
She was one of eight PGR students nominated for the early career award, and was congratulated on winning by BNS President Professor Rosaleen McCarthy.
Emma also recently wrote a blog for the Early Career Researcher series on the SDRC website: read Emma's blog here.
You can also view Emma's most recently published work here: Who Is Classified as Untestable on Brief Cognitive Screens in an Acute Stroke Setting?
Congratulations on your well-deserved success, We are sure your future will be full of many proud successful moments!
First published: 5 June 2020