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Geoffrey Walker Award

The "Geoffrey Walker Award" was established in recognition of Dr Walker's contribution to Clinical Biochemistry in the Yorkshire-Trent Region. Dr Walker served as Secretary of the ACB (1972-1976,) Chair of the Yorkshire-Trent Region (1978-1980) and as the Yorkshire-Trent Representative on the ACB Council (1981-1983.) In 1992 he was made an 'Emeritus Member' of the ACB in view of his exceptional contribution to the association.

The award is open to all ACB members within the TNY region who are in active training.

The award takes the form of the presentation of short oral papers at the first regional scientific meeting of the year. Applications generally open in December.

The person who is judged to have given the best presentation is awarded a £100 book token and a £1,000 bursary towards the cost of a national or international meeting. £50 book tokens are awarded to all other candidates presenting at the meeting.

Please click the following link to access the guidelines and regulations for the award.

The application form can be found by clicking here.



2014 Dr Victoria Thurston FGF23, PTH and vitamin D in CKD stage 3
2013 Dr Adrian Heaps The utility of multiplex allergen testing in idiopathic anaphylaxis and primary immunodeficiency.
2012 Dr Rebecca Kift A Techincal Evaluation of Neutrophil Gelatinase-Associated Lipocalin (NGAL) Assays
2011 Dr Jennifer Spencer Is Faecal Sugar TLC Useful? An evaluation of the service provdided in Leeds
2010 Dr Sarah Glover Measurement of Benzodiazepines in Urine by LC/MS/MS: Confirmation of samples screened by immunoassay
2009 Dr Ashley Garner Clinical utility of C-peptide in diabetic patients.
2006 Mrs Catherine Dibden The role of organic acids in the diagnosis of peroxisomal biogenesis disorders
2003 Not held due to insufficient entrants
2002 Dr Rachel Carling Markers for carcinoid disease: problems and solutions
2001 Dr Ian Godber Longitudinal changes in serum markers of bone turnover in pregnant women
2000 Mr Geoffrey Armstrong 21st century nutrition, 18th century disease
1999 Dr Sarah Heap

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