Awarded to PhD students making a contribution toward the development of Biomedical Engineering.
Submission deadline: extended to 29 September 2013.
The William James Award is presented to the student whose PhD research shows the most potential to contribute toward the development and improvement of the Biomedical Engineering field.
This award was instated by Professor Christopher J James, of Warwick University, in honour of his late father.
The award is presented to encourage, support and recognise outstanding work of PhD students demonstrating a high level of commitment and advanced understanding of Biomedical Engineering.
The William James Award is open to all PhD students in the field of Biomedical Engineering. The award is presented for research carried out between October 2011 and September 2013, and entries must be submitted before the degree is conferred.
Any contribution by others to the work submitted must be made clear in the application.
The winning entrant will receive a prize of £400, a plaque and a certificate of recognition.
The winner of the award will be invited to attend the IET Achievement Awards ceremony, which will take place in London on 20 November 2013. The winner would also be invited to IET’s Annual Healthcare Technologies Lecture, to present their work to colleagues and peers.
This award is organised by the IET’s Healthcare Technologies Network.
The nomination/application form is available to download.
Return your application to firstname.lastname@example.org by 29 September 2013.