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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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Schachter Award

31 Jan 2019

This award supports postgraduate members to visit a laboratory to learn a new technique. Winners will receive up to £1,850 to cover the costs of travel, accommodation and food.

Engagement grants

01 Jan 2019

This grant supports the innovative pharmacology outreach and public engagement activities. Winners receive up to £1,500.

AJ Clark Studentship

31 Oct 2018

This studentship enables scientists to carry out research in pharmacology leading to the degree of PhD.

Meeting and event grants

30 Sep 2018

Members can apply for up to £2,500 to help organise independent meetings, events and symposia.

Student events and lectures sponsorship

29 Sep 2018

Members can apply for up to £250 to help towards the costs of a speaker and networking event. You can explore topics in depth and share ideas with your peers.

ASCEPT UK Visitor

This biennial lectureship gives pharmacologists the opportunity to give a lecture. Winners will present a lecture at one of our events and pharmacology departments across the UK.

AstraZeneca Prize for Women in Pharmacology

This prize celebrates women in pharmacology. Winners will receive £2,000 and have the opportunity to present a lecture at one of our meetings.

Australasian Visitor

This lectureship gives pharmacologists the opportunity to give a lecture at the Australasian Society for Clinical and Experimental Pharmacology annual meeting, as well as other lectures and seminars during the course of the visit.

Bill Bowman Prize Lectureship

This prize supports professional development of early career, non-clinical members. Winners will receive £500 plus expenses to support up to three lectures.

BSc Pharmacology Prize

This prize celebrates final year BSc and MSci students at universities in the UK and Ireland. Winners will receive £500.