SRF Postdoctoral Prize
The Postdoctoral Scientist Prize is aimed at postdoctoral scientists who are within five years of having obtained their PhD.
The 2016 Postdoctoral Scientist Prize was awarded to Agnes Stefansdottir (University of Edinburgh, UK) for her presentation:
Etoposide results in follicle loss in the fetal mouse ovary, but does not block the ability of oocytes to progress through prophase I of meiosis
To be considered for the award, postdoctoral scientists must be the first and presenting author of an abstract submitted for the Fertility meetings.
Submitted abstracts are reviewed by an independent panel and a maximum of three abstracts are short listed for oral presentation during the Postdoctoral Scientist Prize Session at Fertility. The prize is awarded based on a combination of criteria which include content, presentation, delivery and discussion of the work. The winner of the prize will be invited to present their talk at the Society for Reproductive Biology Congress in Australia the following year.
To be considered for the Postdoctoral Scientist Prize, qualifying scientists must tick the relevant box when submitting their abstract for Fertility.
|2015||Michelle Johnson||The Open University|
|2014||Douglas Gibson||University of Edinburgh|
|2013||Alison Wallace||St George’s, London|
|2012||Dr Caroline Dalton||University College London|
|2011||Dr Emma Lucas||University of Southampton|
|2010||Dr Vicki Onions||University of Nottingham|
|2009||Dr Andrew Childs||MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, Edinburgh|
|2008||Dr Jemma Evans||MRC Human Reproductive Sciences Unit, Edinburgh|