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We are delighted to honour the exceptional achievements of students pursuing their Masters in Clinical Embryology at our esteemed institution.

The annual student awards event is lovely occasion where we acknowledge and celebrate the dedication, passion, and hard work of our outstanding scholars.

Winner: Francesca Ollis

The Achievement in Biosciences Award: A Testament to Dedication and Consistency 

The Achievement in Biosciences Award stands as a symbol of unwavering commitment, continuous improvement, and remarkable consistency throughout the course. Judged by our Course Staff and proudly sponsored by Oxford University Press, this award recognises the student who has demonstrated exceptional focus and determination.

We are thrilled to announce that the recipient of the 2022/23 Achievement in Biosciences Award is Miss Francesca Ollis. Her dedication and consistent efforts is a shining example in the study of clinical embryology.

Hannah Fleming Clinical Embryology Prizes 2022/23

The Micromanipulation Prize: Celebrating Enthusiasm and Skill in Practical Sessions

Micromanipulation is an integral aspect of our Clinical Embryology program, and the Micromanipulation Prize aims to honour those who exhibit outstanding performance, enthusiasm, and motivation during practical sessions. Judged by a Senior Clinical Embryologist, this award recognises the student who excels in the delicate art of micromanipulation.

We are delighted to announce that the deserving recipient of the 2022/23 Micromanipulation Prize is Miss Hannah Fleming, whose passion and skill in this field has truly shone through.

Paushaly Clinical Embryology Prizes 2022/23

Best Laboratory Research Project/Dissertation: Excellence in Scientific Research

The Best Laboratory Research Project/Dissertation Prize is a prestigious accolade awarded to the student who presents the most outstanding laboratory research project. Judged by our esteemed Board of Examiners, this award is a testament to the recipient's exceptional research skills and contributions to the field.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Miss Paushaly Sau, the recipient of the 2022/23 Best Laboratory Research Project/Dissertation Prize. Her work exemplifies the high standards of scientific enquiry upheld by the University of Oxford.


Open day dates

As we applaud the accomplishments of these remarkable individuals, we also look toward the future. For those aspiring to join our MSc in Clinical Embryology in the 2024-25 academic year, we invite you to explore the opportunities that await. An online open day is scheduled for 10 am on the 13th of November 2023. To register and learn more about our program, please email us at

Join us in celebrating excellence, fostering a passion for knowledge, and shaping the future of clinical embryology. Congratulations to our award winners, and we eagerly anticipate the bright futures that await all our students.

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