Tom Philps Prize
The Tom Philp prize is awarded annually to the best presentation at the ERS audit & research evening.
Thomas Philp, born 19th April 1923, was a consultant radiologist at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh from 1956 to 1986.
He served in the Royal Army Medical Corps in West Africa & India reaching the rank of major whilst there.
At the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Dr Philp was appointed registrar in 1951, senior registrar in 1952 & then senior hospital medical officer in 1953. Between the years of 1978 & 1986, Dr Philp worked as a senior consultant in administrative charge of radiological services.
Winners of the Tom Philps Prize
|2022||Liam Roebuck||Breast lesions of uncertain malignant potential – a 10 year follow up|
No award due to COVID-19
|2020||No award due to COVID-19|
|2019||Laura Middleton||Use of patient imaging in education|
|2018||Dylan Yong||Percutaneous abscess drainage in inflammatory bowel disease: an eight year experience.|
Dr Colette MacCrosson
Dr Kenneth Muir
|2015||Dr Andrew Walker|
|2014||Dr Victoria Gibbs|
|2013||Dr Lorna Gibson|
|2012||Dr Raj Ramaswamy|
|2011||Dr Laura Cormack|
|2010||Dr Zubayr Zaman|
|2009||Dr Karim Samji|
|2008||Dr Caroline Corry|