BIR Nic McNally Radiobiology Travel Bursary

94_Dr N J Mc Nally 1991-92The Nic McNally prize for Cancer Research was established from monies raised by the friends, colleagues and BIR staff in memory of Dr Nic McNally, who was a long-serving Honorary Editor of BJR and President–elect of the BIR before his untimely death in 1991. The Gray Laboratory Cancer Research Trust has made a generous donation to the prize fund, which will ensure the continuation of the award for many years to come.

The prize is in the form of a travel bursary to a conference and is awarded to an early career radiobiology researcher who may be scientifically or medically qualified but who is not currently in a clinical post. The winner is asked to submit a report on the conference visited for publication in suitable BIR media (enewsletter or blog).

 

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Nic McNally Award Flyer2018

Winner of the 2017 Prize

Lingjian Yang 2017

 

The prize for 2017 was awarded to Dr Lingjian Yang, a post-doctoral research associate, for his work entitled "Development and validation of a 28-gene hypoxia signature for localised prostate cancer."  The £750 prize helped Lingjian to attend the NCRI conference in November 2017. 

 

 

 

You can now apply for the 2018 prize:

General Criteria:

  • The award is for £750 and is open to BIR members and non-members.
  • Eligible individuals are those who have had a poster or talk accepted for presentation at a forthcoming national or international conference. The poster/talk must relate to original research in radiobiology or related subjects. The prize winner will be the individual judged to have submitted the best poster/talk abstract.
  • The award will be made at an appropriate event, either organised or badged by the BIR.

 

Application Criteria:

Applicants must submit:

  • An abstract submission form for the relevant conference in which they are participating
  • Formal acceptance of the abstract confirming that it is included as part of the conference programme
  • Closing date 31 December 2018
  • Applications will be judged by the Awards and Prizes Committee, with advice from the BIR Oncology and Radiotherapy SIG, if required
  • Council will be informed of the decision by the Awards and Prizes Committee.

 

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