View all news

Suzi, Angela and Marcus win BAP awards

20 June 2013

Suzi Gage, Angela Attwood and Marcus Munafo have each won British Association of Psychopharmacology (BAP) awards. The awards will be presented at the annual BAP conference at the conference dinner in July.

Suzi Gage, Angela Attwood and Marcus Munafo of TARG have each won British Association of Psychopharmacology (BAP) awards. The awards will be presented at the annual BAP conference at the conference dinner in July.

Suzi won the Public Communication Prize for excellence in science communication to the public in the area of psychopharmacology. The activities which contributed to Suzi's award included her Guardian blog - Sifting the Evidence, her Research Fest 2012 talk on tobacco and cannabis with Marcus Munafo and her contribution to the ScienceGrrl 2013 blog.

Angela won the BAP Psychpharmacology award for excellence in psychopharmacology research. Angela will give an oral presentation at the summer meeting in Harrogate entitled 'D-cycloserine does not improve drug-related cue exposure: what can we learn from animal data?'.

Marcus, along with Ian Penton-Voak won the BAP/Cambridge Cognition award for the development of The Bristol Emotion Recognition Task (BERT).

Congratulations to Suzi, Angela and Marcus for their outstanding contributions to psychopharmacology this year!

Edit this page