Awarding of the Anu Research Medal 2019
The Anu Research Medal is an honour that recognises exceptional research focused on the mother and the unborn baby. This medal has been awarded by the Anu Research Centre, located in the UCC Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, since 2005.
At the end of each academic year, the prestigious Anu Research medal is awarded to doctors in training who present their research at the annual Anu Research meeting. Consultants vote on the best presentation and the winner receives the prestigious Anu Research medal.
Irene Gorman beat 7 other entrants with her research titled ‘Outcome at the extreme of viability: A single centre experience.’ Prof John R.Higgins presented Irene with the Anu Medal 2019 on 21 June 2019.
“Congratulations to Irene Gorman on her standout research and winning the highly prized Anu Research medal 2019. This is a great scientific and social opportunity for us to get together and celebrate the research activity of our trainees and meet with colleagues from all over the region.” Prof. John R. Higgins
The Anu Research Centre is comprised of the National Perinatal Epidemiology Centre (NPEC), the Pregnancy Loss Research Group and The Centre for Research and Innovation in Gynaecological Surgery.