Aimed at promoting female participation in surgical training in Ireland, this prestigious new RCSI bursary, funded by Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies*, will support the acquisition of additional surgical skills and knowledge and contribute to the advancement of surgical science and practice on the island of Ireland.
MS罗杰斯从UCD毕业，2007年，追求结肠生理学博士学位之前完成了她的MRCS。她在医疗保健统计和经济研究生学历，几乎50同行评审的出版物。她对其中的学员性别和专业的差异研究报告发表于 手术的史册 而在怀孕外科医生的观点 JAMA手术.
She is currently in her final year of the surgical Specialist Registrar scheme and will travel to the Royal Marsden Hospital in London in 2020 to undertake a fellowship, supported by RCSI and funded by Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, in robotic colorectal surgery and multivisceral resection for advanced pelvic malignancy.
Accepting the fellowship, Ms Ailín Rogers said: "It is a great honour to receive the inaugural PROGRESS Female 外科 研究员hip, funded by Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies. The award will allow me to pursue a lifelong career goal – to complete a fellowship in the Royal Marsden Hospital London, a global leader in the field of cancer treatment and research. The fellowship will allow me to train in cutting-edge robotic surgery, gaining the skills required to treat patients with advanced pelvic cancer, and support my progression to consultant.
"I am grateful to RCSI and Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies for their support in this inaugural award, and I congratulate them on an initiative which will benefit many women surgeons in the future."
Patrizio Fatale, Country Manager of Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices in Ireland, said: "At Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies, we are passionate about developing diverse workforces and nurturing female talent. The PROGRESS report highlighted the need to do more to support female surgical trainees and our hope was for the fellowship to be a key step in tackling that issue. I would like to congratulate Ailin Rogers on being awarded the fellowship and wish her every success at the Royal Marsden Hospital."
* Johnson & Johnson Medical Devices Companies is funding the fellowship through an educational grant and was not involved in the selection of candidates for the fellowship.