Sir Francis Avery Jones BSG Research Award 2005

October 2004
Gut;Oct2004, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p1458
Academic Journal
This article presents information on Sir Francis Avery Jones BSG Research Award 2005. Applications are invited by the Education Committee of the British Society of Gastroenterology, who will recommend to Council the recipient of the 2005 award. Applications should include: a manuscript describing the work conducted, a bibliography of relevant personal publications, an outline of the proposed content of the lecture, including title, written statement confirming that all or a substantial part of the work has been personally conducted in Great Britain or Eire. Entrants must be 40 years or less on 31 December 2005, but need not be a member of the society.


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