BMUS Young Investigator Award 2017


The BMUS Young Investigator Award is open to all oral presenters aged 39 years of age or under on 6th September 2018.

The authors of selected abstracts will be invited to present their work in a dedicated 'Young Investigator Session' being held on Thursday 7th December, where one winner will be selected by our panel of judges to win the prestigious title of BMUS Young Investigator 2017.

The prize includes complimentary membership of BMUS for 12 months, an invitation to represent BMUS at EUROSON 2018 to be held in Poznan (Poland) in September 2018, and includes travel and registration to the Congress with the opportunity to win the title of 'European Young Investigator' and a share of a EUR3000 cash prize.

The winner will be announced at the Conference Annual Gala Dinner which is being held on Thursday, 7th December 2017 at the Pittville Pump Rooms, Cheltenham.

Maria Theadorou winner of 2016 Young Investigator Award 

with Dr Carmel Moran, BMUS President 2015/2016