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Novartis Prize

Background

This award was created by the British Pharmacological Society in 1972 to recognize the achievements in research of members, and was known as the Sandoz Prize until 1997.

The prize

The winner will receive $3,000(US).

Criteria

The candidate will be assessed on their published work, which must include papers published in the British Journal of Pharmacology, British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology or Pharmacology Research & Perspectives.

Eligibility

  • Candidates will
    • Normally be at least 5 years post award of a PhD
    • Ordinarily be expected to have been a member for at least 2 years
  • Nominations by members only. Self-nomination is acceptable
  • There are no restrictions on age, nationality, place of residence or work of nominees

Deadline & nomination form

Please submit the nomination form by 28 February 2017

Past winners

  • 2016 - K Pfleger
  • 2015 -  M Canals
  • 2014 - No award
  • 2013 - D Hay
  • 2012 - D Naisbitt
  • 2011 - S Charlton
  • 2010 - S Mundell
  • 2009 - J Baker
  • 2008 - V Chapman
  • 2007 - D Gilroy
  • 2006 - A W Poole
  • 2005 - J Moffatt
  • 2004 - A Hobbs
  • 2003 - C Szabo
  • 2002 - R Evans
  • 2001 - A Galione
  • 2000 - T Warner
  • 1999 - C H Davies
  • 1997 - D Salvemini
  • 1996 - R Plevin
  • 1995 - A Mathie & N J Pyne
  • 1994 - C Thiemermann
  • 1993 - A D Fryer
  • 1992 - M J Curtis & J A Peters
  • 1991 - A Gurney
  • 1990 - T G Smart
  • 1989 - S D Brain
  • 1988 - C P Page
  • 1987 - S J Hill
  • 1986 - A C Dolphin
  • 1985 - B K Park
  • 1984 - G Henderson
  • 1983 - A L Harvey
  • 1982 - B J R Whittle
  • 1981 - C J Pycock
  • 1980 - J C McGrath
  • 1979 - P R Adams
  • 1978 - R J Flower
  • 1977 - N L Poyser
  • 1976 - A L Willis
  • 1975 - J Hughes
  • 1974 - R L Jones
  • 1973 - J M Sneddon & T L B Spriggs
  • 1972 - C Bell