Lifetime Achievement Awards

Back to past awards

Criteria

This is a major award, launched by BAP in 1998. It is presented annually to an individual in recognition of the following three criteria:

  1. Lifetime achievement in psychopharmacology with an international recognition of contribution and impact.
  2. Major contribution to British psychopharmacology.
  3. Support for and contributions to the British Association for Psychopharmacology

The Award will be made to an individual in the latter part of their career, irrespective of whether they are working or retired. Nominations may be made by any Full Member of BAP, which includes all Council members, between 1st January and 22nd February.

Nominations should be sent by email to , BAP Executive Officer.

Curriculum vitae are not required but the nominator should include a supporting statement making reference to the three criteria for the award. After the closing date all nominations will be considered by a BAP Sub-Committee formed of:

  • The President (Chair)
  • Two members of Council, one being non-clinical and one clinical.

All nominations with the support of more than half of the sub-committee will be presented at the next BAP Council meeting for further discussion. The final decision regarding the award will be made by Council.

The Award will be presented during the Summer Meeting.

Peter Haddad
BAP Honorary General Secretary
January 2012, revised February 2014

Latest News

Subscribe to the News Feed rss feed

  1. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Tuesday Digest by Suzi Gage
    on 23rd July 2014

    Suzi Gage attended the post-doctoral symposium and the award winner’s oral sessions on Tuesday. Here are her thoughts.

  2. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Tuesday Digest by Meg Fluharty
    on 23rd July 2014

    On Tuesday, Meg Fluharty attended the ‘Chicken and Egg’ morning session, and ‘Understanding Cognition and Emotion’

  3. BAP Summer Meeting 2014 - Tuesday Digest by Michael Dalili
    on 23rd July 2014

    Michael Dalili attended the symposium on genetic pathways in psychosis, and the short orals session on developing depression

See more news