Psychobiologists research how psychological factors like cognition, mood and appraisal combine with biological events like stress physiology, changes in brain function, and pharmacological effects, to shape the human experience.
Awards & Funding
Undergraduate Project prizeShow content
Despite our efforts, due to COVID-19 we will be unable to run the Annual Scientific Meeting scheduled for September 2020 in Windermere.
Although we are unable to accept award nominations at present, we hope to be able to secure dates and a venue for 2021 and we will update the website with further information and nomination details soon.
Postgraduate conference bursaryShow content
The BPS Psychobiology Section is pleased to announce a maximum of two bursaries to present at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the BPS Psychobiology Section, 9th – 11th September 2020. The bursary will be made competitively and is open to all postgraduate research students to apply with a deadline of June 12th, 2020.
All entries should be submitted electronically using the form below and in English (UK).
Applicants must be members of the BPS.
The bursary award is open to all postgraduate students conducting original research within the field of psychobiology
Guidance for applications: You will need the following information:
- BPS membership number
- Email Contact
The Psychobiology Section Committee will judge applications based on research quality, originality, clarity of expression and likely levels of interest for our annual general meeting delegates. The section reserves the right to not make an annual award in any of the categories. The decision of the Committee is final, and no correspondence with respect to unsuccessful applications will be engaged in.
The conference bursary winner
The student will receive complimentary registration and accommodation to present either a poster or oral presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting of the BPS Psychobiology Section, 9th – 11th September 2020.
The student will also need to write a report about both their research for the Psychobiology Section Spring newsletter.
- Details on how to apply to follow