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The President's Prize of £100 plus certificate is awarded to the best biomedical science student graduating in a particular year who is also a member of the Institute. They must be registered as a member of the Institute at the time of the application. Click for more
R J Lavington prize
The R J Lavington medal, diploma and a cheque for the sum of £500 are awarded by the Institute to the candidate who secures the highest final mark across all disciplines, in a single sitting, in the IBMS Higher Specialist Diploma examinations.
IBMS Research Grants are awarded annually to members of the Institute to support original investigations and other suitable research work. The grants awarded are usually between £500 and £4500. A single grant of up to £2000 to support original investigations may be awarded annually to a member of the Institute employed outside the United Kingdom or the Republic of Ireland.
Life Membership is awarded to those who have contributed outstanding service to the profession and its professional body. It is one of the highest honours that can be bestowed on a member of the Institute.
Life Membership is awarded to those who have given long and valuable service to the Institute at local or branch level.
Company Members Prize
The Company Members Prize was established in 2006 by the Institute and its company members in support of the Institute’s qualifications and to recognise individual achievement of high standards. The Institute and its company members enjoy a strong working relationship and a history of collaboration, especially with the Institute’s Biomedical Science Congress.
The prize is awarded annually to the candidate who at first attempt achieves the highest pass mark in each specialist subject of the Higher Specialist Examination.