School of Medicine


Translational Vision Research in the Department of Ophthalmology

MacKenzie Medal


William Mackenzie (April 1791 – July 1868)

 

 

 

 

William Mackenzie (April 1791 – July 1868) was a Scottish ophthalmologist. He wrote 'Practical Treatise of the Diseases of the Eye', one of the first British textbooks of ophthalmology.

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The MacKenzie Medal is a highly prized award that has been awarded since 2004 for 'Early Excellence in Eye Research' - to recognise the significant contribution of a medical student, trainee intern or house officer towards a research project which has reached publication status during the year of the award.

             2014          Jinny Yoon

             2013          Ellen Wang

             2012          Elizabeth Eady

             2010          Serena Park

             2009          Brian Grainger

             2008          Divya Perumel

             2007          James McKelvie

             2006          Jennifer Fan

             2005          Rachael Niederer

             2004          Judy Ku