Dinh Mai wins the John Nicholls Prize for Research Award for 2023

Dinh Mai receiving his award from Professor John Nicholls, 9 November 2023

We are pleased to announced that our St Mark’s Research Fellow, Dinh Mai, has won this year’s John Nicholls Prize for Research.

Dinh is undertaking research into the use of artificial intelligence driven volumetric body composition analysis and the clinical potentials for individualised analysis treatments such as chemotherapy dosing for colorectal cancer. He is supervised by Mr Ian Jenkins as part of the BiCyCLE group.

Dinh obtained his primary medical degree from the University of Birmingham, undertook his foundation training in Merseyside and his core surgical training in Yorkshire and Humberside. He is now a higher surgical training registrar (ST5) in the Thames Valley Deanery and is taking time out of programme to undertake this PhD.