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Roper-Hall Eye Foundation Prize Medal

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Support: Programs

The Roper-Hall Eye Foundation Prize Medal is awarded yearly to a West Midlands Ophthalmology Trainee who gives the best clinical case presentation, judged on:

Clinical content

Use of audio‐visual aids


Lessons to be learnt

Supporting knowledge



2022 Winner: Mr Sonul Gajree ’More Than What Meets The Eye'

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Mr Sonul Gajree having been presented with

the medal by Prof. Gillian Roper-Hall

(daughter of Michael Roper-Hall)

We also provide educational support for:

  • Ophthalmology Trainees to attend the Birmingham and Midland Eye Hospital (BMEH) Alumni meeting that includes presentations on the latest clinical and scientific research that will benefit patients

  • The Academic Unit of Ophthalmology Alumni, University of Birmingham, Sir Adrian Cadbury Lecture


BMEH Alumni Meeting

The 2022 meeting was the first face-to-face meeting for three years and was devoted to Glaucoma with lectures from internationally renowned speakers 


The BMEH Alumni Distinguished Lecture

The 2022 lecture was given by Prof. Anthony King, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham and Honorary Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Nottingham: ’The Treatment of Advanced Glaucoma Study - What We Know So Far'

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