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Ritchie Medal

The Ritchie Medal will be given to a Member of the Society for distinguished services to Pathology. This will include services to the Society, the promotion of Pathology in the Medical and Scientific community and/or to the wider community.

The Ritchie Medal was founded in 2006, to mark the Centenary of the Society and in honour of the first General Secretary of the Society. The objective of the Ritchie Medal is to recognise a member of the Society who has given long term and outstanding service to Pathology, or to the Society, or who has promoted the art and science of Pathology to the wider community.


Nomination form

Ritchie Medallists