ARUK David Hague Early Career Investigator of the Year Award
Congratulations to Dr. Sophie Bradley who recently jointly won the ARUK David Hague Early Career Investigator of the Year Award. Sophie will present at the next ARUK annual conference when she will receive her award.
The David Hague Early Career Investigator of the Year Award, worth £25,000 in research expenses with a £1,500 personal prize, is presented each year to the most outstanding early career researcher in the field of biomedical dementia research.
The Award is judged by an external panel of prominent international researchers, who look for excellence in scientific research, a significant contribution to the field and quality of scientific writing in an essay. Entries should demonstrate excellence across all areas of our Early Career Research Framework.
First published: 30 March 2021