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Prizes, awards and grants

Our prizes, awards and grants recognise the contributions of our members to pharmacology in all its forms and throughout their careers.

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Bill Bowman Prize Lectureship

29 Feb 2020

This biennial prize supports professional development of early career, non-clinical members. Winners will receive £500 plus expenses to support two lectures, including one at Pharmacology 2020.

B├╝lbring Award

29 Feb 2020

This prize supports members in enhancing training opportunities following a career break. Winners will receive up to £10,000.

Grahame-Smith Prize

29 Feb 2020

This biennial prize recognises outstanding contributions to research in clinical pharmacology. Winners will receive £1,000 and an invitation to give a lecture at Pharmacology 2021.

Novartis Prize

29 Feb 2020

This prize recognises the achievements in published research of members and is supported by a donation from Novartis. Winners will receive the equivalent of $3,000.

Pickford Award

29 Feb 2020

This award provides career enhancing opportunities for members. Winners will receive up to £10,000 to fund a short term project or visit to a laboratory to learn a new technique.

Rang Prize

29 Feb 2020

This annual prize recognises excellence in teaching. Winners will receive £1,000.

Sir James Black Award for Contributions to Drug Discovery

29 Feb 2020

This award recognises the achievements of pharmacologists who have discovered a new drug or a new use for an existing drug. The winner(s) will receive £2,000.

Vacation Studentships

29 Feb 2020

This studentship encourages undergraduates to take pharmacology as a specialism. Winners will receive up to £1,850 to help cover living costs during a research project.

Vogt Prize

29 Feb 2020

This prize rewards excellence in postgraduate studies. Winners will receive up to £500.

WDM Paton Memorial Lecture

29 Feb 2020

The WDM Paton lecturer is selected biennially and is open to nomination/self-nomination. The lecture, on a subject relating to the history of pharmacology, is given at a Society focused meeting.