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YOUR CHANCE TO REWARD EXCELLENCE IN ENDOCRINOLOGY

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Our Medals and Awards aim to recognise and celebrate individuals who advance our discipline through scientific, clinical or educational achievements. Medallists and Awardees present lectures at our SfE BES conference, where you can learn more about their work and achievements. Now is your chance to help us identify the recipients of these honours in the coming year.

MEDALS

Society Medals are awarded to world-leading scientists and clinicians who have carried out landmark work over their lifetime, which continues to inform research and best practice in the field.

DALE MEDAL

Awarded to a member of the scientific community in recognition of outstanding studies which have changed our understanding of endocrinology in a fundamental way. The Dale Medal is the highest accolade bestowed by the Society.

SOCIETY MEDAL

Awarded to an endocrinologist member working in the UK, in recognition of outstanding studies.

The Dale Medal

The Dale Medal

INTERNATIONAL MEDAL

Awarded to an endocrinologist who is based, and has spent most of their working life, outside the UK, to recognise highly significant contributions to our discipline.

JUBILEE MEDAL

Awarded by the Society’s Council to a UK endocrinologist in recognition of their outstanding contribution to endocrinology and the Society.

EUROPEAN MEDAL

Awarded to a European endocrinologist judged to have made significant contributions to the discipline.

TRANSATLANTIC MEDAL

Awarded to a North American endocrinologist judged to have made significant contributions to the discipline.

STARLING MEDAL

Awarded to an emerging, outstanding, basic, clinical or translational scientist who is a Society member, and whose work has contributed to exceptional scientific advances in endocrinology.

NIKKI KIEFFER MEDAL

Awarded to recognise nurses who have demonstrated innovative and successful nurse-led initiatives in the endocrine field that have advanced best practice in patient care, education or research.


Who do you think deserves recognition in 2023 for their contribution to endocrinology? 

NOMINATE YOUR MEDAL WINNERS FOR 2023 BY 4 JULY 2022!

 

AWARDS

TEACHING ACHIEVEMENT AWARD

This award celebrates and inspires great teaching in endocrinology by recognising achievements that positively affect students’ learning experiences and can be easily adopted by others to help attract students into endocrinology.

Apply for recognition in endocrine-related teaching by 4 July 2022

OUTSTANDING CLINICAL PRACTITIONER

This honours clinicians who have made significant contributions in developing and delivering excellent innovative endocrine care for the benefit of patients and the endocrine community.

Celebrate your achievements in clinical practice. Apply by 4 July 2022




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