BTOG Lifetime Achievement Award 2004 to 2022

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Each year the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) gives a lifetime achievement award to an individual who in the steering committee’s opinion has made a significant contribution to the management of thoracic malignancies in the UK.  The award is presented at the BTOG Annual Conference.

2022: Professor Mary O’Brien

Previous winners:

2021: Tom Haswell (awarded posthumously)

2020: Professor Denis Talbot

2019: Professor Keith Kerr

Left to right:  Professor John Gosney, Professor Keith Kerr and Dr Marianne Nicolson

Left to right: Professor John Gosney, Professor Keith Kerr and Dr Marianne Nicolson

2018: Dr Marianne Nicolson

Professor John Talbot, Marianne Nicolson and Dr Sanjay Popat

Professor John Talbot, Dr Marianne Nicolson and Dr Sanjay Popat

2017: John Gosney

Professor John Field (left), Professor John Gosney (centre) and Dr Sanjay Popat (right)

2016: Sam Ahmedzai

Award winner pic BTOG 2016

Professor Sam Ahmedzai (left) and Dr Matthew Hatton (right)
Venues World / BTOG Event, Jan 2016 Dublin. Mandatory Credit: ©1IMAGE/Bryan Brophy

2015: Fergus Macbeth

Fergus, Jason, Sanjay at BTOG 2015

Dr Jason Lester (left), Dr Fergus Macbeth (middle) and Dr Sanjay Popat (right)

2014: Julian Peto

Dr Sanjay Popat, Professor Julian Peto and Mr John Edwards

Dr Sanjay Popat (left), Professor Julian Peto (middle) and Mr John Edwards (right)

2013      Robert Milroy

2012      Tom Treasure

2012      International award for major contribution to Lung Cancer              Frances Shepherd

2012      Greatest impact on lung cancer patient care in last 10 years           Liz Darlison

2011      Martin Muers

2010      Michael Cullen

2009      Richard Stephens

2008      Michael Peake

2007      Des Carney

2006      Peter Goldstraw

2005      Stephen Spiro

2004      Nick Thatcher