Awards and Prizes
The BTS celebrates scientific excellence and contributions to the field with recognition awards across the career stages. In addition, we promote collaboration and sharing of ideas with support awards to allow members to present their work at conferences and build skills & networks through collaboration.
A distinguished leader in toxicology, safety science or associated disciplinesRead More about Barnes Prize
A distinguished leader in toxicology, safety science or associated disciplinesRead More about Paton Prize
Frank Sullivan Award
An early career toxicologist, typically in the first 10 years of their career, whose work has a clear impact in toxicologyRead More about Frank Sullivan Award
Kevin Park Award
An exceptional mid-career toxicologist, typically 10 to 25 years into their career, who is making a substantial and broadening contribution to the science of toxicologyRead More about Kevin Park Award
Malcolm Blackwell Award
An inspirational and impactful role model to early career researchers in the field of toxicology; nominated by the Society’s early career members and selected by the Network for Early-Stage Toxicologists (NEST)Read More about Malcolm Blackwell Award
ASCEPT Lecture Award
An exceptional toxicologist who will deliver the BTS Keynote Presentation at the Australasian Society of Clinical and Experimental Pharmacologists and Toxicologists (ASCEPT) Annual Scientific MeetingRead More about ASCEPT Lecture Award
ASPET Lecture Award
An exceptional toxicologist who will deliver the BTS Guest Lecture at the American Society of Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics (ASPET) Annual MeetingRead More about ASPET Lecture Award
Recognition of Contribution to the Society
Honorary Fellowships (HonFBTS)
The award of Honorary Fellow of the BTS is recognition of an outstanding contribution to the science and profession of toxicologyRead More about Honorary Fellowships (HonFBTS)
Individuals elected to FBTS will have made substantial contributions to the discipline of toxicology and will also normally have made a significant contribution to the work of the SocietyRead More about Fellowship (FBTS)
Recognising BTS members who make a significant contribution to the SocietyRead More about President’s Award
Gay Hawksworth EUROTOX Travel Award
To attend EUROTOX, Europe’s international toxicology conference, to give an oral or poster communicationRead More about Gay Hawksworth EUROTOX Travel Award
Gordon Gibson Travel Award
To attend the Gordon Conference on Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Toxicity or a toxicology related Gordon Conference to give an oral or poster communicationRead More about Gordon Gibson Travel Award
BTS Travel Award
To attend any toxicology related conference to present an oral or poster communicationRead More about BTS Travel Award
Norman Aldridge Travel Award
To support a BTS member in the early stages of their career to collaborate and/or learn skills by visiting laboratories or research centres within or outside the UKRead More about Norman Aldridge Travel Award
Student Congress Awards, Bursaries and Vacation Scholarships
Best Poster & Oral Communication at the Annual Congress
Student prizes are awarded for the best oral and poster communication at the BTS Annual CongressRead More about Best Poster & Oral Communication at the Annual Congress
Student BTS Congress Bursaries
To support students to attend the BTS Annual Congress to present an oral or poster communicationRead More about Student BTS Congress Bursaries
Student Vacation Scholarships
To support the living costs of a student or new graduate to gain research experience in toxicology to guide their next career stepRead More about Student Vacation Scholarships
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions about the awards.
- All time limits on career stages are indicative and relevant factors will be considered (career breaks etc.); an individual cannot control all the factors that govern the speed at which they move between career stages so relevant circumstances will be considered to ensure equitable access to awards.
- All expense claims must be in-line with BTS Travel Policy and will only be reimbursed upon receipt of an itemised claim with receipts.
- Where no award has been made, applications/nominations received after the specified deadline may be considered, on a case-by-case basis.
- For Recognition Awards, if nominating others please ensure that you have their permission for the BTS to contact them for this purpose. Many awards can be self nominated.
- In extraordinary circumstances the BTS may rescind recognition awards (e.g. in the instance of professional misconduct).
- For travel and support awards, expenses will not be reimbursed until reports are received. Reports must be received within 2 months of concluding the work/conference.
- Details of other possible sources of funding that have been applied for must be supplied at the time of application, and you should inform the email@example.com promptly if other applications have been successful.
- Student Awards, Bursaries and Scholarships are open to those studying toxicology and related disciplines and includes those engaged in taught academic courses (MSc, BSc, etc.), Postgraduate Studies (PhD, D. Phil, etc.). This includes apprenticeships, as well as those studying part-time whilst working; however, since the BTS is a charity, we encourage those studying whilst working to seek funding from their employer