International recognition for the Fogg Lab
Researchers from the Department of Anatomy and Neuroscience laboratory have received awards at conferences in Europe and North America.
Laboratory head, Associate Professor Quentin Fogg, received the Senior Faculty Clinical Anatomy Award at the Annual Meeting of the American Association of Clinical Anatomists, in the USA in June. The award was in recognition of his platform presentation on the comprehensive visualisation and quantification of radiocarpal and intercarpal ligaments.
Associate Professor Quentin Fogg (centre) with AACA President Professor Marios Loukas (left, St George’s University) and Dr Melissa Quinn (right, Ohio State University) upon his receipt of the Senior Faculty Clinical Anatomy Award.
In July, Associate Professor Fogg and PhD student Casper Thorpe also attended the International Congress of Anatomia Clinica in Madrid, a joint meeting of the European Association of Clinical Anatomists and the International Symposium of Clinical and Applied Sciences.
Here, Casper received the Best Student Poster Prize for his work on the adductor hallucis muscle. This was one of three posters and three platform presentations the Fogg group contributed to the conference.
The Fogg Lab focuses on topographic anatomy, primarily of the limbs. The group’s work is aimed at solving specific clinical problems and developing accurate, evidence-based understandings of detailed anatomy to inform clinical applications. They specialise in dissection, micro-dissection, microscribe digitisation and radiologic imaging.
Congratulations to Associate Professor Fogg and Casper for their fantastic work!