Grants and Prizes

The BSCI is committed to celebrating success in research and education and supporting trainee members. With this in mind we award a numbe of prizes and travel bursaries throughout the year. This includes prizes for best oral presentation and best video case report. A number of travel bursaries are available to attend the annual meeting. 

Details of previous recipients are as follows. 

BSCI Trainee prize for an oral presentation at the BSCI annual meeting

2017
Dr Jonathan Weir-McCall
"No association between systemic arteriosclerosis and atherosclerosis on cardiac MRI and whole body angiography: the TASCFORCE study"

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2016
Dr Jonathan Rodrigues
"Insights into hypertensive heart disease phenotypes: spectrum of myocyte, interstitial and vascular changes by cardiovascular MRI."

2015
 Dr Jonathan Rodrigues
"Hypertensive heart disease or hypertrophic cardiomyopathy? Insights from cardiac magnetic resonance"

2014
Dr Michelle Williams
“Computed tomography myocardial perfusion imaging with fractional flow reserve and 15O-water positron emission tomography in patients with suspected coronary artery disease”

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2013
Dr Michelle Williams
“Radiation dose reduction in computed tomography myocardial perfusion imaging using iterative reconstruction and patient- tailored imaging”

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BSCI Trainee prize for a video case presentation at the BSCI annual meeting

2017
Dr C Fielder Camm
Sub-endocardial hypo density on CT : a novel finding in cardiac amyloid
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2016
Dr John Dreisbach
Pulmonary artery dissection in an adult with uncorrected type II truncus arteriosus 

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2015
Dr Michelle Mak
An Obstructive Tendyne

 

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2014 
Dr Michelle Mak
LVOT stent following Transcatheter mitral valve repair

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BSCI Trainee prize for a poster at the BSCI annual meeting

2017
Dr Amardeep Dastidar
Non-contrast assessment of myocardial viability in chronic myocardial infarction by native T1 and T2 mapping at 1.5T CMR: comparison with late gadolinium enhancement technique

 Amardeep Dastidar

BSCI trainee travel bursary

The following trainees were awarded travel bursaries to attend the Annual Spring Meeting based on the scientific or educational merit of their contribution to the meeting.  

2016

Dr Jassie Tan, University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) NHS Foundation Trust
Dr Max Charalambos, University of Bristol
Dr Jonathan Rodrigues, Univeresity of Bristol
Dr Amardeep Gosh Dastidar, University of Bristol
Dr Giorgos Papanastasiou, University of Edinburgh
Dr John Dreisbach, Glasgow

2015

Dr Jonathan Rodrigues, Bristol Royal Infirmary.
Dr Michelle Mak, Imperial, London
Dr Eleanor Wicks, London.
Dr Michelle Crawford Jefferson, Ulster Hospital, Belfast. 
Dr Sofia Papadopoulou, St George's Hospital, London.

2014

Dr Michelle Williams, University of Edinburgh.