Barnes Prize

This lecture was established in memory of Dr John Barnes, a pioneer in scientific toxicology. The John Barnes lecture is presented at the Annual Congress. The first award was made in 1979 to Professor W. N. Aldridge. The membership is asked to propose suitable recipients and the lecturer is selected following recommendations from the Nominations Sub-Committee to the Executive Committee.

Candidate Attributes

Distinguished in the profession of Toxicology, Safety Science and/or associated disciplines

Awarded

Biennially in odd numbered years

Prize

Commemorative plaque

Registration, accommodation, and travel for the annual congress

Criteria

Person of senior standing

Application requirements

Brief description of the candidate’s career and contributions to National and International Toxicology

Process

Call to membership in year preceding annual congress

NSC to EC

Winner notified by President by end of Jan preceding annual congress

1979 Prof W N Aldridge

1981 Prof P N Magee

1983 Prof L Golberg

1985 Dr J Cairns

1987 Prof G Zbinden

1989 Prof B N Ames

1991 Prof S Orrenius

1993 Prof J A Swenberg, Dr F De Matteis

1995 Prof R Lawerys

1997 Dr M K Johnson

1999 Prof A Wyllie

2001 Sir Alec Jeffreys

2003 Dr J Peto

2005 Prof J Goodman

2007 Prof D S Davies

2009 Prof R Schulte-Hermann

2011 Prof R Wolf, OBE

2013 Prof A Boobis OBE

2015 Prof I Kimber OBE

2017 Prof Kevin Park

2019 Prof Andy Smith