GlaxoSmithKline Award

 

The GlaxoSmithKline Award is given in recognition of research leading to new advances in medical science and is made in respect of research carried out in the UK or the Republic of Ireland during the 7 years preceding the date of nomination.

 

The award is made every 2 years and is specifically intended to recognize meritorious research by mid-career biochemists who are within 20 years of PhD completion at the time of the awards nomination deadline (31 January) in the field of biochemistry related to medicine.

 

 

Nominees that have completed their PhD more than 20 years ago but who have had a career break e.g. through family commitments, illness or other good reasons, will be considered by the Awards Committee.

 

 

The winner of the GlaxoSmithKline Award receives a glass sculpture and £2000 prize money. The award winner is given the opportunity to deliver a lecture at a Society conference and the awardee is invited to submit an article to a Society-owned publication. The GlaxoSmithKline glass sculpture presented to the awardee was designed and produced by the sculptor Katharine Dowson.


The GlaxoSmithKline Award winner for 2018 is Anne Bertolotti (LMB MRC, Cambridge, UK), details about Anne's award lecture presentation and how to attend will be added in 2018.


Past recipients


2018: Anne Bertolotti

2016: Charles Swanton (pictured)

2014: Juan Martin-Serrano

2012: Andrew Jackson

2010: Gideon Davies

2008: Stephen Jackson

2006: Seamus Martin

2004: David A. Lomas