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The IET Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards 2018


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The 2018 Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards are now open.

Date and Time

30 June 2018 - 09:00-16:00


N/A, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


Organised by the Healthcare Technologies TPN. Contact Gemma Hadley at ghadley@theiet.org for more information.

About this event

The IET Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards 2018 call for entries are now open.

Hosted by the IET Healthcare Technologies Network, the awards will offer the chance to:

  • Network with healthcare professionals from industry and academia
  • Increase your professional profile
  • Win cash prizes

All finalists will also be invited to present at the Annual Healthcare Lecture 2018 at IET London: Savoy Place in late 2018.

The Awards

IET Dennis Hill Award (£300)
The Dennis Hill prize is awarded annually to the student on an MEng or MSc programme who has, during the past year, submitted the best final year project dissertation in the general field of Biomedical Engineering and cognate subjects (including Electronic and Electrical Engineering, Physics, Healthcare Technologies and Health Informatics).
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IET J.A Lodge Award (£500)
The J. A. Lodge Award is open to all Electronic or Electrical Engineers working at the early stage of their careers in the field of research and development within Biomedical Engineering. For applicants in universities, this corresponds to being in the final year of a PhD programme, or having recently completed their PhD (PhD degree not conferred before January 2012).
For applicants in industry, this corresponds to being within ten years of graduating from their last degree (PhD degree not conferred before January 2007).
Download application form

IET William James awards (£400)
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.
William James Award is open to all PhD students in the field of Biomedical Engineering, entries must be submitted before the degree is conferred.
Any contribution by others to the work submitted must be made clear in the application.
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Key dates:

Submission deadline: 30 June 2018
Notification deadline: W/C 14 August 2018
Please note that no expenses are available to travel to London to present your work.

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