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Past Competition Winners

The IBMS #AtTheHeartOfHealthcare competitions always attract hundreds of entries from all across the UK. Our winners are wonderful entries that embody the spirit of the day.


2020's #AtTheHeartOfHealthcare Biomedical Science Day competition winners

Best biomedical bake (best cake)


  1. Clare Gardner's cake for the pathology team at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals - for everyone's dedication during the pandemic:lanccakes

  2. Best biomedical science video

    Zonya Jeffrey's entry on behalf of Microbiology / Bacteriology at Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and Public Health England - "Not All Superheroes Wear Capes":


  3. Best biomedical science 'under the microscope' photo

    A 'little birdie' told Marianne Langan to send in this picture of a prostate core:

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  4. Best biomedical science meme

    Samantha Stredwick's at it again with her 'chest pain or pen drop?' meme (best meme two years in a row!):

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  5. Best artistic biomedical science photo

    Caoimhe Quigley brightened up lots of people's day with this lovely shot:

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  6. Best (socially distanced) group photo with placard

    Claire Daw's submission for the Microbiology Department in Jersey:

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  7. Best individual photo with placard

    Adam Hawker who works in the bacteriology service for 10 hospitals in Greater Manchester:

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  8. Best (socially distanced) group workplace photo

    Isla Abel's submission on behalf of microbiology (including virology), biochemistry, haematology and pathology at Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, NHS Grampian:

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  9. Best individual workplace photo

    Kunalini Shanmuganathan with samples racked in NHS logo at St Mary’s Hospital's Blood Sciences Department:

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  10. Best Biomedical Science Day drawing / painting / artwork

    Jyotsna Dupaguntla from Microbiology at Northwest London Pathology submitted this amazing rangoli picture: 

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    2019's #AtTheHeartOfHealthcare Biomedical Science Day competition winners


    In 2019, you kept us very busy - collating over 700 photo submissions for the Biomedical Science Day competitions - but we could not be happier. It is so great to put names to faces and see all the great work our members are doing across the UK in support of their profession. There were some tough choices involved but we hope you will agree that our ten winners were wonderful entries that embodied the spirit of the day. 

     

    1. Best Biomedical Science Day display

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      One of Belfast Trust's many displays across three fantastic sites.

    2. Best biomedical bake (best cake)

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      Debbie Savage's Heart of Healthcare cake.

    3. Best biomedical science video



      NHS Lothian's Steven Swanson's video of a biochemistry sample.

    4. Best biomedical science 'under the microscope' photo

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      Sarah Gibson's Happy Helminth - Enterobius vermicularis threadworm in an appendicectomy specimen.

    5. Best biomedical science meme
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      Samantha Stredwick from biochemistry at Western General in Edinburgh won with her hilarious meme.

    6. Best artistic biomedical science photo

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      Alison Hanlon's submission on behalf of the blood transfusion and haematology lab at QEUH, Glasgow is great artistic fun and shows that not all superheroes wear capes.
    7. Best group photo with placard

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      Rahila Akhtar's submission on behalf of microbiology at Wexham Park Hospital where they process an amazing 1.6 million samples a year.

    8. Best individual photo with placard

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      Lucy-Anna Staples at St George's Hospital is a specialist biomedical scientist with many hats.

    9. Best group workplace photo

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      An amazing team of biomedical scientists, laboratory technicians and support staff who maintain the essential service at Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Services.

    10. Best individual workplace photo

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      Rizwan Shakir, biomedical scientist at haematology and transfusion in Royal Preston Hospital, demonstrates the precision skills needed for the profession.