Here’s a picture of Kasia Gurzawska with her winners certificate at BSODR Plymouth. This was awarded at the Dinner the Conference Dinner at the Royal Marine Barracks Stonehouse, 7th September 2017. She gets £1500 travel award for the PER GSK-MINTIG prize win. It was highly competitive and her work was on “Mathematical, numerical and biomechanical analysis using finite element methods (FEM) of mandible after treatment with bone subs titute materials and loading with implant-supported prostheses.”
Prof Chapple sent the following email around to all staff.
“We had a tremendous turn out from Birmingham staff at the annual BSODR in Plymouth this week, and especially from our early career researchers.
I would like to thank all those that attended for representing Birmingham so well and demonstrating the really vibrant research culture in the School, Institute, College and University.
Paul cooper who was involved in judging some of the prizes reported that our young staff did exceptionally well.
Thanks again and well done.
We are delighted to announce that Kasia Gurzawska won the BSODR MINTIG research prize in Plymouth this week. Many congratulations to Kasia on a fantastic achievement.
We are extremely proud of Praveen Sharma who entered a hugely competitive Senior Colgate competition at BSODR in Plymouth. Praveen boldly presented a clinical study in what is a strong basic science premier competition and did incredibly well to get through to the final, where he came 4th out of 22. Many congratulations to Prav on this remarkable achievement.”