16th October 2018
We had some excellent entries in the CGG Essay Prize this year, entitled "Will Artificial Intelligence Eventually Replace Cancer Geneticists"
Huge congratulations to all our winners:
Overall Winner and First Prize Medical Student Category - Olivia Greatbatch
Olivia said "I am currently in my second year of medicine at University College London, and so am in the process of deciding which intercalated BSc I wish to pursue. Given just how topical the future of artificial intelligence is across all medical specialities, it is an area which I have recently been trying to learn more about. Since both oncology and genetics are options that I am considering for intercalation, I felt that the essay competition would be a great way to gain an appreciation of what a career in these two fields may entail in the future, whilst also exploring my own interests."
Second Prize Medical Student Category - Rashmi Saincher
Third Prize Medical Student Category - Ayan Basu
First Prize Junior Doctor Category - Alice Garrett
Second Prize Junior Doctor Category - Lara Hawkes
Third Prize Junior Doctor Category - George Morrissey
First Prize Scientist Trainee Category - Nana Mensah
You can read their winning entries here
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