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AWARDS

2024 AWARDS

The ICSH has two scholarship awards: the Carol Briggs-Smalley Scholarship and the Sam Machin Scholarship.

 

The ICSH is: currently accepting applications for 2024

  • Sam Machin Award Information - here

  • Carol Briggs-Smalley Award Information - here

Closing date for 2024 entries for both awards is: 11:59pm (BST) on Saturday 31st August 2024

previous Awards
PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS

2023 ICSH SAM MACHIN AWARD

Dr Zi Yun Ng from the United Kingdom

Standardisation of JAK2 p.(Val617Phe) Variant Allele Frequency Testing to
Monitor Disease Status and Treatment Response in Myeloproliferative
Neoplasms (MPN)

2023 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Tara Talebi from Australia

Development of a hydrogel cell mimic of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL)

Mr Shing Sugawara from Japan

Establishment of consensus rules using a novel approach that unifies the
individual subjective interpretation of features for the morphological identification
of schistocytes in accordance with ICSH Recommendations 2021

2022 ICSH SAM MACHIN AWARD

Dr Shao Tneh from the Royal Pert Hospital in Perth WA Australia

Project title: Genetic profiling and Disease Monitoring Using Plasma Cell-Free DNA in Acute Myeloid Leukaemia

2022 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Carly Olafson from Canadian Blood Services in Canada

Project title: Standardization of Hemolysis Measurement in Red Cell Concentrates

2021 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Sarah Clarke - Perth WA Australia

Project title: The utility of flow cytometry for detection of IGH translocations in plasma cell myeloma
 

2020 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Mr Martin Kenny - Dublin, Ireland

Project title: Validation of a new reference method for measuring MPV

2019 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

No award allocated

2018 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Mr Vuong Nguyen - Melbourne, Australia

WBC Candidate Flow Reference

2017 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Heather Williams - London, United Kingdom

Characterization of JAK2 Gain of Function GOF mutations using Fluorescence in situ Hybridization FISH in JAK2V617F-negative patients with Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPNs)

2016 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Lauren Cavanagh - Sydney, Australia

Quantification of Neutrophil Extracellular Traps in patients with thrombosis and sepsis

2015 ICSH CAROL BRIGGS SMALLEY AWARD

Ms Laura Puigvi Fernandez Barcelona Spain

Analysis of the most relevant quantitative features for the automatic differentiation of normal, reactive abnormal lymphoid and blast cell images from peripheral blood

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