Joan Mott Prize Lecture

This is an exciting biennial lecture with a focus on the women in physiology, and is usually also given by a female physiologist.

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Who can be nominated?

  • All physiologists are eligible
  • We particularly welcome female physiologists at all career stages
  • You can nominate another person but not yourself

What is the award?

  • £500
  • Lecture at our Annual Conference with the aim of enhancing the profile of women in physiology
  • Publication in Experimental Physiology, subject to agreement of the Editorial Board

How can I nominate?

Click on Nominate Now and select Joan Mott Prize Lecture

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Joan Mott (1921 –1994)

Joan Mott was an English physiologist. Joan worked on fetal physiology and endocrinology. She had approximately 70 publications between 1950 and 1992. A woman ahead of her time, Joan will be remembered for her leadership, mentoring and supervision. She was a Foundation Fellow of Wolfson College, Oxford.

The Physiological Society established the Joan Mott Prize Lecture in 1995 funded by a bequest from Joan Mott.

A full list of all awardees is also available.

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