Staff awards and honours

Our success and esteem has been recognised in a number of awards and honours for our staff, including:

  • BACN (British Association for Cognitive Neuroscience) Mid-career award, Chris Miall, 2018
  • University of Birmingham Founders’ Award. The Joseph Chamberlain Award for Academic Advancement, Ole Jensen, 2018
  • Times Higher Education Research Project of the Year, Heather Flow, 2018 
  • ASSC 22 Conference Krakow, Poland - Student poster competition - Prize in Psychology, Consuelo Vidal Gran, 2018
  • Higher Education Futures institute (HEFi) Awards for Educational Innovation, Fay Julal Cnossen, 2017
  • Research Impact Award at the University of Bath, Hermine Graham,  2017
  • International Thesis Award from the American-Psychology Law Society, Melissa Colloff, 2017
  • Royal Society Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship, Chris Miall, 2017
  • Datablitz prize at 14th Conference of the Neuropsychological Rehabilitation-Special Interest Group –World Federation of Neurorehabilitation, Gerry Riley, 2017
  • Society for Mental Health Research Oration Award, Stephen Wood, 2017
  • Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award, Simon Hanslmayr, 2017 
  • International Networking Award from Women in Cognitive Science, Melissa Colloff, 2017
  • Junior Award in Forensic Psychology for Work of Outstanding Quality and Innovation, Juliane Kloess, 2016
  • Young Investigator Award, International Conference on Biomagnetism (BIOMAG), Hyojin Park, 2016
  • BPS Fellowship, John Rose, 2016
  • Royal Society Wolfson Research Merit Award, Ole Jensen, 2016
  • Wellcome Trust Investigator Award in Science, Ole Jensen, 2016
  • APS Rising Star Award, Clayton Hickey, 2015
  • Margaret Donaldson Early Career Prize, awarded by the developmental psychology section of the BPS, Andy Bremner, 2013, Sarah Beck, 2011,  Ian Apperly, 2008.