Grants and Prizes

Details of awards available to aspiring GI & Abdominal Radiologists are listed below. You are actively encouraged to apply for such awards, prizes and other sources of funding. Click on the title of any grant or prize to obtain further details.

British Society of GI and Abdominal Radiology

Derrick Martin Prize for the best Interesting Case
BSGAR awards a prize for the best interesting case presented by a Radiology Trainee at the BSGAR Annual meeting in February each year. Trainees are invited to present their cases at the Interesting cases session of the BSGAR Annual Meeting.  Derrick Martin and the judging panel of BSGAR members will decide the best of these and award the prize at the meeting of British Society of GI and Abdominal Radiology (BSGAR).  Please click here to view recipients to date on the BSGAR Honors page.

BSGAR Education Bursary - please click here for detailed information.

BSGAR Travel Bursary - please click here for further information.

Royal College of Radiologists

Ansell Poster Prize
Presented to the best clinical radiology proffered poster presented at an annual meeting in the original scientific presentation category.

Audit Poster Prize
Presented for the best clinical radiology audit posters displayed at the RCR Annual Scientific Meeting.

Kodak Radiology Fellowship
Awarded to a clinical radiologist annually to undertake a research project or further a radiological interest.

Constance Thornton Fellowship
Awarded to enable a UK clinical radiologist to undertake a research project or further a radiological interest (preferably centres on cross-sectional imaging or paediatric radiology, likely to lead to a publication) in the UK or abroad.

Reginald G Reid/Graham Hodgson Scholarship
Awarded to a clinical radiology Fellow to visit departments in the UK or abroad to learn a new technique, develop a field of interest or to further a research project.

Travel Bursaries for European Congress of Radiology
Six annual bursaries of £250, funded by The Royal College of Radiologists, to assist attendance at the European Congress of Radiology for UK specialist registrars who are the first author of an accepted scientific paper or poster.


Royal College of Radiologists/Medical Research Council

Research Training Fellowship
An opportunity for radiologists in training to obtain high-level research experience, of particular importance to those considering a career in academic radiology. The Fellowship provides up to three years' support for clinically qualified and active professionals to undertake specialised or further research training within the UK.
See the MRC website for additional details.


Cancer Research UK/Royal College of Radiologists

Clinical Research Training Fellowship (Clinical Radiology)
Under a new five-year joint agreement between Cancer Research UK and The Royal College of Radiologists, Joint Fellowships can be identified from among members or Fellows of the RCR appointed to Clinical Research Fellowships in the Cancer Research UK open competition via one of the new Cancer Research UK Centres. All clinical oncologists and all clinical radiologists who are members or Fellows of the RCR are eligible for the JCRFs. Please contact Sara Townsend if you have any queries relating to the JCRFs.