Annual Prizes and Awards
BAP Public Communication Prizes
The BAP Public Communication Prizes are awarded annually to reward excellence in both clinical and non-clinical science communication to the public in the area of psychopharmacology.
We are pleased to announce that the winners of this year's BAP Public Communication Prizes are:
Judith Pratt (University of Strathclyde) Senior
- Planetarium, Glasgow Science Centre: Neurodome: Exploring the inner workings of the brain and mental health
- Glasgow Planetarium: ‘Neurodome and ‘A Beautiful Mind’ – A UK Premier
- Glasgow Science Centre-‘Science Lates’ at the Planetarium (June 2017)
- Glasgow Science Centre, Planetarium - ‘Question of Perception’ series (Oct 2017)
The Neurodome events at the Glasgow planetarium were published in the BAP Newsletter in Dec 2017.
- Norwich Cathedral: Brain Health, Mental Health and Spiritual Health
- Potential Personal Training, Sports Club, Sussex: World Mental Health Day, Oct 2017 ‘What the Funk!’
- Cheltenham Science Festival – June 2017 and 2018
- Technological Innovation Centre, Glasgow. University of Strathclyde-Public engagement week, ‘A day in the life of a brain – On drugs’ (May 2017)
- Rotary Club- Sussex, ‘Who needs a Brain’ (Feb 2018)
- Women of Wealden Festival, Sussex, ‘The brain, drugs and mental health’ (April 2018)
Antonio Gonzalez (University of Bath) Junior
- Improving opioid painkillers: can they be made safer?
- Developed instructional teaching tools for 2nd year Pharmacology undergraduate students at the University of Bath
- Participated at the Bath Taps into Science festival