Each year the ANU Medical School may offer an award known as the Parkinson's ACT George Webb Memorial Award. The objective of the award is to advance the clinical skill in Parkinson's Disease of an ANU Medical School student.
The award will be on offer until 2025.
Funding for this prize has been provided by Parkinson's ACT Inc. In 2017, the award was renamed to honour the late Dr George Webb who was instrumental in setting up the award.
Details of prizes including eligibility and Conditions of Award are subject to change without notice.
The award is available each year to an ANU student who:
- is a domestic or international student
- is enrolled in Year Three of the Medicinae ac Chirurgiae Doctoranda (MChD)
- agrees to take up an elective placement related to Parkinson’s Disease and will provide an acceptance letter from an elective centre with the application
- provides a 100 word statement on why they believe they should be the recipient of the award.