Awards, Bursaries & Grants


Awards, bursaries and grants that are open for application will appear below. 



Care Support Bursary

Care Support Bursary

As a member, you can apply for a care support bursary if you have caring responsibilities that would otherwise stop you from attending a Society meeting.

Gary Price Early Career Industry Travel Bursary

Gary Price Early Career Industry Travel Bursary

Encourages industry scientists to present their research at the Society's annual Pharmacology meeting.

Pharmacology 2024 Travel Bursary

Pharmacology 2024 Travel Bursary

Travel bursary available to members presenting an abstract at the annual pharmacology meeting.

Schachter Award

Schachter Award

Provides postgraduate students with an opportunity to visit an international laboratory to learn a new technique.

Lilly Prize

Lilly Prize

This prize recognises outstanding achievement and leadership in clinical pharmacology.

Public Engagement Award

Public Engagement Award

This award aims to recognise high-quality public engagement, both of pharmacology research and inspiring the public about pharmacology generally. And raise awareness within the pharmacology community of the importance of demonstrating pharmacology across a diverse range of public audiences.

Sir Colin Dollery Clinical Pharmacology Training Award

Sir Colin Dollery Clinical Pharmacology Training Award

Provides a cost of living bursary for medical students who will be undertaking an intercalated BSc.

Undergraduate Pharmacology Prize

Undergraduate Pharmacology Prize

This prize celebrates final year undergraduates studying pharmacology at universities in the UK and Ireland.

Student Contribution to Pharmacology

Student Contribution to Pharmacology

This prize recognises students' contributions to the promotion of pharmacology within their institutes.

Clinical Undergraduate Prize

Clinical Undergraduate Prize

This prize recognises the achievements of medical students and intercalated medical students studying pharmacology and clinical pharmacology.

EPHAR ECR Travel Bursary

EPHAR ECR Travel Bursary

Travel Bursary available to BPS members who are early career researchers and will be attending EPHAR 2024.

CNPHARS-IUPHAR CNPHARS-IUPHAR Advanced Training Course ECR Travel Bursary

CNPHARS-IUPHAR CNPHARS-IUPHAR Advanced Training Course ECR Travel Bursary

Two travel bursaries of up to £1,000 each are available to ECRs, to support travel expenses for the CNPHARS-IUPHAR Advanced Training Course on Pharmacology of Natural Products and Traditional Medicines. Registration, accommodation and meals will be provided.


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