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Awards

Career Awards

 

EARY AND MID CAREER AWARDS: nomination criteria

Each year, 新加坡六合彩开奖直播 has the pleasure to award an early and mid level career award to researchers who have contributed their high-standard and pioneering work to the field of cognitive neuroscience.

Members of the society may nominate prize-winners in two categories (Early Career, Mid Career), via an annual competition with a closing date of the last day of September in the year prior to the award being made.  Both awards aim to reward and to recognise distinguished scholarship and research excellence undertaken over a period by a cognitive neuroscientist who is currently active in research, and who has made a substantial contribution to Cognitive Neuroscience in the UK. 

We anticipate that those nominated for the '新加坡六合彩开奖直播 Early Career Award' will typically have between 1-10 years post-PhD research experience, while those nominated for the '新加坡六合彩开奖直播 Mid Career Award' will typically have between 10-25 years post-PhD research experience. Special circumstances such as career breaks will be taken into account when considering nominees.  The short-list for each award must contain at least one female candidate. Nominations should be sent to the Secretary and will be decided on by the Committee. Nominations should include a recent CV for the nominee together with a covering letter outlining their contribution to cognitive neuroscience research and theory.  Self-nominations are accepted if accompanied by a supporting statement from a senior colleague.  Award winners are expected to give a presentation at the meeting in which the prize is conferred, and they need not be members of the society

 

RECENT Winners of Career Prizes

2023 Mid-career

Jie Su (Aberdeen)

2023 Early-career

Freek van Ede (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

2022 Mid-career

Beth Jefferies (York)

2022 Early-career

Jennifer Cook (Birmingham)


2021Sarah Garfinkel (UCL)

2021 Mid-career

Sarah Garfinkel (UCL)

2021Matthew Apps (Birmingham)

2021 Early-career

Matthew Apps (Birmingham)

2020Heidi Johansen-Berg (Oxford)

2020 Mid-career

Heidi Johansen-Berg (Oxford)

2020Beatriz Calvo-Merino (City, London)

2020 Early-career

Beatriz Calvo-Merino (City, London)


2019Patrick Haggard (UCL)

2019 Mid-career

Patrick Haggard (UCL)

2019Micah Allen (Aarhus)

2019 Early-career

Micah Allen (Aarhus)

2018Chris Miall (Birmingham)

2018 Mid-career

Chris Miall (Birmingham)

2018Joseph Galea (Birmingham)

2018 Early-career

Joseph Galea (Birmingham)