OUTSTANDING IMPACT IN HEALTH
Professor Nick Loman
Professor Arri Coomarasamy
Professor Alexandra Sinclair
OUTSTANDING IMPACT IN SOCIETY
Dr Victoria Goodyear
Dr Jennifer Cummings and team
Professor Jenny Phillimore and the IRIS team
OUTSTANDING IMPACT IN TECHNICAL INNOVATION
Professor Lee Chapman
OUTSTANDING INTERNATIONAL IMPACT
Dr Sami Bensassi
Dr Natasa Mavronicola
Professor Joan Duda and Dr Paul Appleton
Professor Sabine Lee
OUTSTADING IMPACT IN PUBLIC POLICY
Professor Rosie Harding
Professor Kai Bongs and the Quantum Technology Hub team
Professor Jim Orford and Dr Heather Flowe
Rachel Hewett and VICTAR team
OUTSTANDING EMERGING IMPACT
Professor Karen Yeung
Dr Biao Cai
Dr Marina Soltan
Dr Heather Flowe
Professor Jan Bebbington
Dr Ruth Gilligan
NEW AWARD – DPVC Award for Outstanding Support
Communications and Reputation Team
Public Affairs Team
All RDOs and IDOs across the Colleges
These awards aim to acknowledge the excellent work of staff across the institution who make our research impact possible. Winners will be announced at the University Research Conference and will attend a celebratory reception and meal hosted by the VC.
Nominations were encouraged in the following areas:
Outstanding Impact in Culture
Outstanding Impact in Health
Outstanding Impact in Industry and Enterprise
Outstanding Impact in Public Policy
Outstanding Impact in Society
Outstanding Impact in Technical Innovation
Outstanding International Impact
Any impact that has had a quantifiable effect outside of the UK.
Outstanding Emerging Impact
Research which shows exciting promise for future impact. This could be either
- an early career researcher or group of researchers working on impact in their research or,
- a research project where impact is earlier in the pipeline (eg, not attached to a REF case study)
Outstanding Team Support for Impact
Any Professional Services team (other than the Research Planning team) who have contributed to the development of impact in any area. This could be through funding, advice and support or delivery of activities.
Nominations to be based on research which has been conducted at Birmingham by at least one researcher still employed at Birmingham.
The impact should be quantifiable and achieved within the past 5 years, or ongoing.
Groups or individuals can be nominated, and nominations from all Colleges are encouraged in all categories.
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