Dr. Neil Vaughan is awarded the 2014 Postgraduate Research Prize at BU

Dr. Neil Vaughan has been announced as winner of the 2014 Postgraduate Research Prize, presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice-chancellor of Bournemouth University. The prize is award to the most outstanding post-graduate researcher across all schools and faculties delivering most impact, progress, performance and achievement. The award was judged be the University Executive Team (UET) including Vice Chancellor, Prof. John Vinney and Pro-vice Chancellor Research & Innovation, Prof. John Fletcher. The PhD research within the BU Data Science Institute has also won several other international awards and scholarships.

The prize was presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice Chancellor of BU during the 2014 graduation ceremony for Faculty of Science and Technology at the Bournemouth International Center (BIC).

Dr. Neil Vaughan is awarded Best PGR Research Award 2014 - presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice Chancellor. In the background is Prof John Fletcher, Pro-vice of Research & Innovation.

Dr. Neil Vaughan is awarded Best PGR Research Award 2014 – presented by Prof. John Vinney, Vice Chancellor. In the background is Prof John Fletcher, Pro-vice of Research & Innovation.

This award follows a string of international awards, prizes and recognition for the developed PhD Epidural Simulator research. Dr Vaughan’s epidural PhD research has been recipient of a number of international awards, including:

Dr Neil Vaughan is now a post-doctoral researcher, at the Data Science Institute, Bournemouth University. The award winning Epidural Simulator is further described on the BU research website and was listed in the BU Annual Review 2014 and was presented in the house of commons to UK national MPs.

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