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20 April 2007
W H PIERCE OXOID PRIZE - CALL FOR NOMINATIONS
Nominations for this prize – worth £2,000 – must be in by 27 April 2007
If you know a microbiologist under 40 years of age who has made a substantial contribution to microbiology, you have until 27 April 2007 to nominate them for the Oxoid W H Pierce Memorial Prize, worth £2,000.
The W H Pierce Memorial Prize was instituted in 1984 by the directors of Oxoid to commemorate the life and works of the late W H (Bill) Pierce, former chief bacteriologist of Oxo Limited and long-time member of the Society for Applied Microbiology (SFAM). Bill Pierce was a pioneer in the development of dehydrated culture media and was a great contributor to the foundation of the Oxoid range.
Nominations may only be made by full members of SFAM who should send a letter of support, together with the CV of the person nominated to Dr Anthony Hilton, Honorary General Secretary, Society for Applied Microbiology, Bedford Heights, Brickhill Drive, Bedford MK41 7PH, UK to arrive by 27 April 2007. Alternatively, they may be emailed to Fiona Macrae, Marketing Communications Manager, Oxoid, email@example.com for onward forwarding to SFAM.