A descendant in the ascent

05 Nov 2018 | 0 Comment(s)

Print Friendly and PDF

The prestigious Reuben Harvey Prize is awarded by RCPI each year to the students who achieve the highest marks in their class for final-year examinations in medicine, surgery and obstetrics. The prize, established in 1882, was until this year only awarded to students in the three Dublin medical schools —University College Dublin, Trinity College Dublin and the RCSI. This year, for the first time, the top-scoring final-year medical students in the National University of Ireland Galway (NUIG), University of Limerick, University College Cork and Queen’s University Belfast also received this award in recognition of their academic excellence.

Pictured L to R: Prof Mary Horgan, President, RCPI; Dr Diarmuid O’Shea, Registrar, RCPI; Mr Leo Kearns, CEO, RCPI; and Dr Esther Macken, NUIG, who received the Reuben Harvey Prize. Dr Macken is a direct descendant of distinguished Cork-born physician Dr Reuben Harvey. Photo: David Coleman/Bobby Studio

  • Comments

  • There are currently no comments.

Have your say. Add a comment

Post your comment

Medical Independent Poll

Would you work as a healthcare professional at a supervised injecting facility for drug users?


Submit Poll
  • Search our Archives

  • Search