University Research Prizes 2016

dropThe winners of this year’s University Research Prizes for 2016, saw 3 awards going to the School of Biosciences. The scheme, in its second year, acts as a showcase for the extraordinary range of ground breaking research that is being undertaken across the University. The applications this year highlighted the diversity of research, and the impressive achievements, for which Kent academics and students are responsible. 

The high calibre of applications this year made the task of the award panel in selecting the overall winners particularly difficult. Their achievements will be celebrated at an award ceremony in early April.

Award winners:

The University Prize for Early Career Research: Dr Ben Goult

The Faculty of Sciences Prize for Research: Professor Martin Warren

The Faculty of Sciences Prize for Postgraduate Research: Christian Ottolini (Griffin lab)

 Congratulations to Ben, Martin and Christian, well-deserved recognition for their ground breaking studies.

image by courtesy of Dr Zoltan Ujfalusi