Major Max Marsden RAMC MBBS BSc, as well as being one of ARURS’ top referees, has been awarded the prestigious American College of Surgeons’ Committee on Trauma’s 44th Annual Resident’s Research Prize for his paper titled, “Trauma Laparotomy in the United Kingdom: A Prospective, Multi-Centre Observational Study”. 

It is an outstanding achievement for a non-US based surgeon to scoop this prize, not least as Max has also been to the fore of the Army’s support to the NHS in London during COVID-19; from establishing the Nightingale hospital at the Excel Centre to continuing to provide trauma and life-saving surgery in the capital, including operating on a serious stab victim who has Max’s professional skill and duty of care to thank for saving his life.

On top of this Max has become a father for the second time. The Society send him and his growing family our warmest congratulations and best wishes.

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