Mark Honey Research Prize
Mark Honey died in December 2010 after a long battle with metastatic sarcoma. He was originally diagnosed with myxoid liposarcoma and underwent an above knee amputation for this.
He was a stalwart of the East Midlands Sarcoma Support Group and a keen fundraiser for sarcoma UK.
With the blessing of his wife Janice, we have established the Mark Honey Sarcoma Research Prize. The prize is awarded annually to a trainee who has a peer review publication on a sarcoma related topic. The prize is judged by a surgeon, an oncologist, a radiologist and a pathologist.
Recent prize winners
2013Murali VenkatesanInadvertent surgical resection of soft tissue sarcomas
2014Gareth Squire/Nicholas A. FerranLong-Term Survival Of Proximal Humerus Allografts