T.F. Ryan Prize For Anatomy
- Study level
- Study Area
- Anatomy and Neuroscience
- Individual donation
- Fund source
- Perpetual Trust (UOM)
- Fund basis
Donor: Dr Thomas Francis Ryan MBBS (1886).
The T.F. Ryan Prize in Anatomy is awarded to the undergraduate student who is awarded the highest mark in ANAT20006, Principles of Human Structure in a calendar year.
Approx. $200-$250 plus a bronze medal
Disclaimer: The benefit amount for this award is approximate. It will be confirmed at the time of awarding and determined by the committee according to the terms of the award.
Awarded to the Best performed student in ANAT20006 (Sem 1 or Sem 2 in the calendar year).
Selection is based on the Highest academic performance in ANAT20006 in a calendar year.
Selection based on results as per the eligibility criteria.
Prize winners are notified in Semester One of the following year.
Please contact BiomedSci-AcademicServices@unimelb.edu.au
Who was T.F. Ryan?
Dr Thomas Francis Ryan was a surgeon who practised in Nhill in the Wimmera region of Victoria from 1901-1926. He performed surgery, including ophthalmic and dental surgery, in the Nhill and Mira private hospitals. He was the first private practice surgeon to obtain and use radiology routinely in the assessment of patients prior to surgery, with the only other unit being at The Royal Melbourne Hospital. After he left Nhill in 1926 he was accepted as a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons in 1927, which was a rare accolade for a doctor outside the major cities. In 1945 he made several bequests to the University of Melbourne for student prizes in anatomy and radiology. He never married and died on 7th Dec 1955, aged 91.
Dr TF Ryan
2022: Phoebe Silverton
2021: Jake Fletcher and Nisal Malagalage
2020: Christopher Sparks
2015: Tessa Rafaniello
2014: Emily Selig
Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences
Department / Centre
Anatomy and Neuroscience