WH Pierce Prize

This prestigious prize is awarded each year to a microbiologist who has made a substantial contribution to the science of applied microbiology. It is worth £6,000.

The award was instituted in 1984 by the directors of Oxoid to commemorate the life and works of the late WH (Bill) Pierce, former Chief Bacteriologist of Oxo Ltd and a long-time member of the Society. Application is through nomination by Members of the Society only. To nominate a candidate, members should log in and use the form below. 


01 Jul 2018

WH Pierce 2018: Dr Sarah Coulthurst

How to kill your rivals – Type VI secretion system-mediated bacterial warfare.

News  Microbial pathogenesis & epidemiology  Antimicrobial resistance 

 


The closing date for applications in 2019 is 15 December 2018.


WH Pierce 2017: Professor Brendan Gilmore image
WH Pierce 2017: Professor Brendan Gilmore
WH Pierce 2016: Professor Jack Gilbert image
WH Pierce 2016: Professor Jack Gilbert
WH Pierce 2015: Professor Nicola Stanley-Wall image
WH Pierce 2015: Professor Nicola Stanley-Wall
WH Pierce 2014: Professor Vasillis Valdramadis image
WH Pierce 2014: Professor Vasillis Valdramadis
WH Pierce 2013: Dr Lori Snyder image
WH Pierce 2013: Dr Lori Snyder
WH Pierce 2011: Dr Brian Jones image
WH Pierce 2011: Dr Brian Jones
WH Pierce 2010: Dr Mark Webber  image
WH Pierce 2010: Dr Mark Webber
WH Pierce 2009: Dr Katie Hopkins image
WH Pierce 2009: Dr Katie Hopkins
WH Pierce 2008: Dr Paul Cotter  image
WH Pierce 2008: Dr Paul Cotter