Nominations are now closed and will open again in 2020.
The Award is given as a mid-career recognition of the achievements of those who are currently engaged in research of outstanding quality.
As a general guide, mid-career would normally be expected to be within 10-15 years (early mid-career) to 20-25 (late mid-career) years post PhD.
Career breaks would be taken into consideration within these parameters.
Candidates must normally be resident in the UK but need not be existing members of the Society.
Recipients will be presented with a commemorative certificate at the Society’s Annual Conference. Recipients are also eligible for lifetime membership of the Society.
For further information on how to make a nomination, and a link to the electronic application form, please contact [email protected]
Please note: nominators must be members of the Society.
|2015||Matthew Lambon Ralph|
|2009||Dominic Abrams and Jon Driver|
|2004||Tony Manstead and Steven Tipper|
|2003||Margaret J. Snowling|
|1986||N. J. Mackintosh|
|1983||Jeffrey A. Gray|
|1981||Alan D. Baddeley|