To recognise and reward the achievements of an individual whose work has made significant contributions to translational (laboratory - clinic) cancer research.
A prize of £1,000 and presentation of an oral paper at the Annual NCRI Cancer Conference with all conference expenses paid.
Applicants for the award must have a PhD (up to 15 years post PhD, allowing for career breaks) at the time of application. If in any doubt concerning eligibility please contact Janet Alexander at the BACR Secretariat for assistance. Applicants must submit in one PDF document a completed BACR/AstraZeneca Award Application form; List of Publications; Summary of accomplishments in cancer research; reprints of 3 most notable publications and a letter of support from their Supervisor/Line Manager Applicants must be a BACR member (membership application may accompany the Award application).
1st March 2020
Applicants to provide in one PDF document:
BACR/AstraZeneca Award Application Form
List of Publications
Summary of accomplishments in cancer research
Reprints of 3 most notable publications
A letter of support from a BACR member.
Applicants must adhere to this format or the application will be returned without consideration by BACR.
Please email all relevant documentation to Janet Alexander (BACR Secretariat) at: email@example.com BACR AstraZeneca Award in the subject line of the email.
Applications will be acknowledged once received. If you don't receive an acknowledgement within 72 hours contact the BACR Secretariat
2005 Kaye Williams
2006 Thomas Helleday
2007 Owen Sansom
2008 Munitta Muthana
2009 Jason Caroll
2010 Grant Stewart
2011 Dmitry Pszhezhetskiy
2012 Janine Erler
2013 Chris Bakal
2014 Elizabeth P Merchison
2015 Agnieszka Gambus
2016 Oliver Maddocks
2017 Alan Serrels
2018 Seth Coffelt
BACR is a registered charity in England and Wales (289297)
c/o Leeds Institute of Medical Research at St James’s, Cancer Genetics Building,
St James's University Hospital, Beckett Street, Leeds LS9 7TF