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 and they do not have to be existing SfAM members.

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. You must be logged in to access the nomination form. 


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