||How Prize is Awarded
||Value of Prize
|| Brenda Page Prize for Genetics
|| The prize is awarded annually, on the recommendation of the Head of School/Discipline of Molecular and Cell Biology, to the most meritorious student in Genetics at the end of the Honours year. Students taking Genetics Joint Honours will be given equal consideration to those taking single Honours in Genetics.
|| Shewan-Davidson Prize in Microbiology
|| This prize is awarded annually on the recommendation of the Professor of Microbiology to the most meritorious student in Single or Joint Honours Microbiology at the end of the Honours year.
||Elizabeth Russell Prize
||Awarded to the top Health Sciences student in each academic year
||Best Molecular Cell Project Prize
||Awarded to the best Molecular Cell project at Level 4
||Best Immunology Prize
||Awarded for Best Immunology Student
||Direct from the British Society for Immunology
||Exercise & Health Science Prize
||Awarded to the best student.
||Society for Endocrinology Prize
||The two highest scoring Honours projects with an endocrine component will be awarded prizes. Awards will be £200 for the top mark and £100 for the second top mark. In the case of a draw, each student will receive £150.