Isaac Manyonda –  Prizes / Outstanding Achievements

1979 – lst Class (Hons) BSc. Medical Sciences with Immunology

1979 – Pollock Prize (Top student BSc Examinations)

1981 – Elek Prize (Immunology Open Essay Competition)

1990 – Best Paper Prize. RSM, O & G Section, Registrars’ Conference.

1990 – Robert Greenblatt Prize. Sixth International Congress on the Menopause.

Prizes awarded to research fellows under supervision

Research fellows under Isaac Manyonda’s supervision have presented work at various scientific meetings and were awarded prizes as follows:

Dr Ranee Thakar

24.10.2008. Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I. Removing the cervix at hysterectomy: an unnecessary intervention? 38th Annual Meeting of the International Continence Society, Cairo, Egypt.

Best Clinical Abstract

17.09.08.  Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I. Removing the cervix at hysterectomy: an unnecessary intervention? 33rd Annual Meeting of the International Urogynecological Association, Taipei.

Axel Ingelman-Sundberg Award for the Best abstract presentation

21.02.08.  Thakar R, Ayres S, Srivastava R, Manyonda I. Long term outcome after total and subtotal hysterectomy. Update on imaging and management of pelvic floor disorders, Treviso.

Bjorn Fortling Award for the Best original work

16.02.2001. Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK, Robinson G. A randomised study of total and subtotal hysterectomy: Effect on bladder and bowel function. Royal Society of Medicine, Registrars prize meeting.

Best oral presentation.

24.10.2000. Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK, Robinson G. A randomised study of total and subtotal hysterectomy: Effect on bladder and bowel function. 25th Annual Meeting of the International Urogynecological Association, Rome.

Best oral presentation.

06.10.2000. Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK, Robinson G. Effect of hysterectomy on on bladder and bowel function. SW Thames Regional Registrars Meeting, Crawley.

Best oral presentation.

14.04.1999. Thakar R, Manyonda IT, Stanton SL, Clarkson PK, Robinson G. Total versus subtotal hysterectomy: What is the evidence? Evidence Based Medicine Meeting, RCOG, London.

Best oral presentation.

Dr Austin Ugwumadu

  • Best Research Paper Prize [Euro 1000]. 8th International Conference on Infection and Immunology in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Rome, November 2003. Oral clindamycin and histologic chorioamnionitis in women with abnormal vaginal flora.
  • Second Prize – South Thames (West) Specialist Registrar Study day Crawley Hospital, Crawley, November 27, 2000. “The influence of bacterial vaginosis on early pregnancy: failure of treatment effect in later pregnancy”
  • Second Prize – The Royal Society of Medicine, Section of Obstetrics & Gynaecology ~ Annual Registrar Prize Meeting, March 30, 1999 London. “The impact of unprotected sexual intercourse and pregnancy on bacterial vaginosis” (£100.00 and certificate)
  • First Prize – South Thames (West) Specialist Registrar Study day Mayday University Hospital, Croydon, London November 27, 1998. “Forget antibiotics, the treatment for bacterial vaginosis is unprotected sexual intercourse and pregnancy!!” (£100.00 and winner’s shield)
  • First Prize – South Thames (West) Specialist Registrar Study day St. Richard’s Hospital, Chichester, February 13, 1998. “The potential role of endometrial prolactin in recurrent miscarriages ~ Preliminary findings” (£100.00 book tokens and winner’s shield)