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Awards & Prizes
Awards & Prizes
The BNMS awards a number of prizes to recognise excellence in nuclear medicine and funding through fellowships and funds.
Find details of the established prizes and awards and past winners through the pages below.
Requests for nominations for awards are announced annually to the membership.
Abstract Submission Prizes at our Annual Meetings
Prizes are awarded at the Annual Meeting for abstracts presented in all categories: Learn More >
 BNMS Lee Jenkins Memorial Prize
 The nuclear medicine community throughout the U.K. and further afield was shocked by the tragic early death of Lee Jenkins at the age of forty-two. Learn More >
 Young Investigators Prize
 This competition took place for the first time at the 1998 Annual Meeting.Learn More >
 Student Prize
 Entrants must be a student member of the BNMS to take part or apply for membership at the time of submitting an abstract. Learn More >
Awards Presented Annually at the Spring Meeting
Norman Veall Medal
In 1991 a decision was made by Council to honour the memory of the late Dr. Norman Veall, one of the pioneers of nuclear medicine in this country, by asking members to contribute to a Norman Veall prize. Learn More >
President's Medal/Prize
Winners of The President's Medal (Clinicians Prize) Learn More >
Radiographers, Technologists & Nurses Award
The BNMS Radiograhers, Technologists & Nurses Award (previously known as Clinical Practitioner's Award) is awarded to technologists, radiographers or nurses who have made an outstanding contribution in professional or technological aspects of nuclear medicine practice Learn More >

Roll of Honour                                                                                                                                                                   Honouring and remembering those distinguished members who contributed to the history of nuclear medicine in the UK and to the BNMS. Learn More>

Other BNMS Awards & Fellowships
Ros Breen Fund
This fund was established in memory of Ros Breen, who was Superintendent Radiographer in Nuclear Medicine at Southampton General Hospital. Learn More >
Travelling Fellowship
Each year the British Nuclear Medicine Society allocates a sum for the provision of Travelling Fellowships. Learn More >
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Awards & Prizes News
BNMS Radiographers, Technologists and Nurses Group (RTNG) Award the Ros Breen Fund to Radiographer, Ellie Knowler
Ellie Knowler a Radiographer from University Hospital of Wales Cardiff was awarded £1000 from the Ros Breen Fund by the BNMS RTNG towards funding her studying on the Post Graduate Diploma in Nuclear Medicine at the University of the West of England.Learn More >
Recipient of the Norman Veall Medal 2016
The Norman Veall Medal is awarded to a clinical scientist who has made an outstanding contribution to the science and/or practice of nuclear medicine in the United Kingdom. Learn More >

Recipient of the Presidents' Medal 2016

The President's Medal is a token gift of the President to medics who have made an exceptional contribution to nuclear medicine. Learn More>

History of the Travelling Fellowship Award
During the Annual General Meeting (AGM) of 1983 the BNMS Secretary reported that council had decided to set up Travelling Scholarships with the sum of £3,000 which it had been agreed at last year’s Annual General Meeting should be set aside to further Nuclear Medicine. Learn More >
BNMS Innovative Team of the Year Award
This is a new award introduced in 2019 intended to celebrate teams that are developing innovative and creative ways of improving the services they deliver. Learn More >


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