BJP Annual Prize for Early Career Researcher/Independent Research Fellow


The BPS awards an annual prize of £1000 for the best paper published by an early career researcher in an issue of the British Journal of Pharmacology during the pervious 12 months. Those eligible will be no more than 6 years post PhD award.

The goal of this award is to recognise outstanding work by early career investigators and to encourage them to send their most exciting pharmacological work to BJP.

For 2016, a new tick box has been added into the ScholarOne Manuscripts Submission site which will allow authors to identify themselves as potential candidates for this award or to nominate others.

The award will be presented at the annual Editorial Board Dinner and, in addition to the £1000, will include a formal certificate and 1 year's complimentary membership to the BPS, benefits of which include online access to BJP and BJCP, access to travel bursaries and free attendance at the annual BPS meeting in London.

The 2016 BJCP Early Career Researcher Prize is awarded to Nicolas Monjotin
For F16357 novel protease-activated receptor 1 antagonist, improves urodynamic parameters in a rat model of interstitial cystitis