Each year at Cochrane’s annual Colloquium, awards and prizes are given out to those who have contributed to the organisation’s work in various ways.
The Thomas C Chalmers award is given to the principal author of the best oral and poster presentations addressing methodological issue related to systematic reviews.
Emily Karahalios – an associate editor for Cochrane Incontinence – was a winner at this year’s Colloquium, taking home the prize for best long oral presentation. She won the award for presenting the subject “An empirical investigation of the impact of different methods for synthesising evidence in a network meta-analysis.”
Congratulations to Emily for her achievement!
You can read the full list of winners from this year’s Colloquium here.