BBS Awards 2022

BBS2022

The BBS is delighted to announce the recipients of its 4 Biennial Awards which will be presented at the BBS Biennial Meeting (29 Jun – 1 Jul 2022) in Galway.

The BBS Kendrew Doctoral Thesis Prize will be presented to Dr Ália dos Santos for her work in applying advanced microscopy and cell mechanics assays to the study of genome organisation and transcriptional regulation. Ália will present a lecture on her work at the BBS Biennial Meeting on 1 Jul 2022.

The BBS Louise Johnson Early Career Award will be presented to Professor Pola Goldberg Oppenheimer for outstanding contributions in the field of unconventional lithographic micronano-structuring of functional biomaterials and devices for optical nano-spectroscopy. Pola will present a lecture on her work at the BBS Biennial Meeting.

The BBS Sosei Heptares Prize for Biophysics will be presented to Professor Philipp Kukura in recognition of his work on the development and impact of mass photometry. Philipp will present a lecture on his work at 12:10 on 1 Jul 2022 at the BBS Biennial Meeting.

The BBS Elspeth Garman Prize for Public Engagement will be presented to Professor Lorna Dougan for her pioneering work in developing and delivering creative public engagement resources to diverse communities. Lorna will present a public lecture on her work at 13:30 on 1 Jul 2022 at the BBS Biennial Meeting.