Ellison–Cliffe Lecture

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The Ellison–Cliffe Lecture is held annually by the Royal Society of Medicine. The lectures, which commenced in 1987, are named after Dr. Percy Cliffe and his wife, Dr. Carice Ellison, who endowed the lecture to be given on a subject connected with the contribution of fundamental science to the advancement of medicine.[1]

The Lecturer is also awarded a medal in honour of their presentation.

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