SRF Post-Doctoral Award
The Post-Doctoral Scientist Award is aimed at post-doctoral scientists who are within five years of having obtained their PhD.
SRF Post-Doctoral Award 2022
Dr Jorge Lopez-Tello for his presentation:
‘The imprinted Igf2 gene in the mouse placental endocrine zone regulates maternal metabolism with impacts on fetal nutrient supply and growth’
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 minimum 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 / New Zealand.
To be considered for the Postdoctoral Scientist Prize, qualifying scientists must be a member of SRF and tick the relevant box when submitting their abstract for Fertility. Members who have won this award in the last two years are not eligible to apply.
The previous SRF Post-Doctoral Award winners are listed below
2021 Gillian Johnson, King’s College London
2020 Jorge Lopez-Tello, University of Cambridge
2019 Paul McKeegan, Hull York Medical School
2018 Avi Lerner, Imperial College London
2017 Not awarded
2016 Agnes Stefansdottir, University of Edinburgh
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