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The Outstanding Research Awards recognise research excellence and exceptional achievement across the university in 2019/20. The awards are open both for self-nomination and for staff to nominate their colleagues. The deadline for applications is 23rd October 2020. Award holders will be notified in advance of Research Day on 2nd December and will be asked to give a 10 minute presentation.
Outstanding research publication for the academic year 2019/20
The published paper should represent top-quality science likely to generate impact its research field. Candidates must be first author or corresponding author and submit a copy of the paper with an explanation as to why this paper is a landmark in no more than 150 words.
Outstanding research achievement by University Lecturer
Outstanding research achievement by University Senior Lecturer
Please provide up to 250 words for nominations in these 3 award categories to describe the activity and its impact.
Postdoctoral research scientist excellence award.
Please provide up to 250 words explaining the research, grant, fellowship or other broader contribution to St. George’s, University of London.
Please select from the list of award categories:
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