Awards, Prizes and Fellowships

Patricia Lockwood, Associate Professor, Sir Henry Dale Fellow, and Jacobs Foundation Research Fellow

Shortlisted for the Women of the Future Science AwardSelected as a Fellow for the Association for Psychological Science  for sustained outstanding contributions to the science of psychology in the areas of research, teaching, service, and/or application.” 

Matthew Apps, Associate Professor

Awarded Jacobs Foundation Research Fellowship The psychology and neuroscience of motivation. “Why do people find things effortful? Why do we often avoid effort? And how do we motivate behaviors to reach our goals?”.

Matthew Apps and Patricia Lockwood, Associate Professors

Winners of an Innovation Award for a manuscript, in collaboration with Steve Chang (Yale), from the Social and Affective Neuroscience Society.

Emma Cernis, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychology

Nominated for the International Society for the Study of Trauma and Dissociation (ISST-D) Pierre Janet Writing Award for her paper “Psychological mechanisms connected to dissociation: Generating hypotheses using network analyses. (2022) Journal of Psychiatric Research”. 

Joan Duda, Professor of Sport and Exercise Psychology

Awarded Doctor Honoris Causa, Universidad Autonoma de Nuevo Leon, Monterrey Mexico September 2022. Doctor Honoris Causa, Malmo University, Sweden October 2022. Included in the 2022 Stanford University’s list of the World’s Top 2% most widely cited scientists. 

Paris Lalousis, Research Fellow

Institute for Mental Health: Awarded an Early Career Award from the Schizophrenia International Research Society and won the BAP award for Best Poster as well as the BAP Training Bursary. 

Dr Arianna Prudenzi, Research Fellow

Institute for Mental Health: Awarded ESRC Fellowship ‘Addressing the Mental Health and Productivity of Young Workers using Contextual Behavioral Science’.

Lowri Griffiths, Research Fellow

Awarded an Early Career Travel award, a Guarantors of Brain Travel Award, and an LES Equality and Diversity Travel Award.

Fabiana Corsi-Zuelli, Visiting PhD student from the University of São Paulo (FAPESP Fellow)

Awarded two Early Career Award from SIRS and ISPNE; a Predoctoral Scholars Award from SOBP; and The Royal College of Psychiatrists, Psychopharmacology Special Committee Poster Prize at the BAP Summer meeting.

Delfina Bilello, PhD student

Won the College of Life and Environmental Sciences Special Award for her poster entitled ‘Friendships and Self-harm in young people: A retrospective study of friends’ experiences’, at the University of Birmingham LES postgraduate conference in June 2022.

Connor Dunleavy, PhD Student supervised by Sarah Aldred, Rachel Upthegrove and Stephen Wood

Awarded the Schizophrenia Research Poster Award for his work entitled “Brains in a Dish! Utilising Induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) to Investigate Inflammatory Dysfunction in Schizophrenia”.

Georgia Bird, PhD student supervised by Prof Jennifer Cumming and Dr Mary Quinton

Selected for a EUniWell Thesis Prize award in the area of Individual and Social Well-being for your PhD in “Investigating emotion regulation as a risk and protective factor for student-athlete mental health”.

Connor Dunleavy with a certificate of recognition for receiving a Schizophrenia Research Poster Award from the Schizophrenia International Research Society.

Justice, Equalities and Capabilities

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