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Stars of the future

15 July 2009

Organisers of the MSc in Psychiatric Research at the IoP are pleased to announce the creation of The Robin Murray Award for Best MSc Project. Funded by the Division of Psychological Medicine, this prestigious award will be given to the student whose final year research project stands out as an ‘original, rigorous study that also offers an important contribution to psychiatric research.’

Professor Robin Murray, Head of the Division of Psychological Medicine and Psychiatry at the IoP, has outstanding achievements in psychiatric research over the last 35 years and teaching has always been of special interest to him. He is well known for his enthusiasm for graduate education and is highly regarded for his dedication to mentoring future mental health professionals.

Dr Muriel Walshe, Lecturer and one of the course organisers for the MSc in Psychiatric Research said: 'We are delighted to offer The Robin Murray Award for Best MSc Project. As its name suggests, the award reflects the high calibre of students that the Institute of Psychiatry attracts and gives us the opportunity to reward stars of the future early on in their careers.'

The MSc in Psychiatric Research provides an excellent theoretical grounding and analytical skills for the practice and interpretation of mental health research. The course is aimed at psychiatrists, psychologists, other mental health practitioners (nurses, occupational therapists, social workers) and students with no clinical background, who wish to explore research in more depth. All students enrolling by 1st August 2009 will be considered for this award.

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