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Vogt Prize

Published: 28 Feb 2021 in Prizes and awards

This prize rewards excellence in postgraduate studies. Winners will receive up to £500. Named in honour of Marthe Vogt, who was a pioneer throughout her career: graduating from Berlin University with both a medical degree and a doctorate in Chemistry (a rarity for a woman at that time), to becoming the third ever woman to join the British Pharmacological Society in 1937. 

Applications will open in January 2021.

Criteria

  • Scientific merit of work
  • Candidates publications

Eligibility

  • A member for a least two years
  • Received MD or PhD in the last 18 months
  • Conducted posgraduate research in exploratory or applied pharmacology, or experimental, translational medicine and clinical research
  • The Society is committed to increasing the diversity of its award recipients. Excellent candidates are encouraged to apply, especially those from under-represented groups

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One PDF including:

  • synopsis of the nominees research journey (maximum of one page)
  • a list of publications, including presented abstracts

Vogt Prize

This prize is named in honour of Marthe Vogt, who was a pioneer throughout her career: graduating from Berlin University with both a medical degree and a doctorate in Chemistry (a rarity for a woman at that time), to becoming the third ever woman to join the British Pharmacological Society in 1937.

Recent winners

  • 2019 – Rob Hill
  • 2018 – Jose Vicente Torres Perez
  • 2017 – Bastiaan Vliegenthart; Peiran Yang