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Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes 2018 – In pictures

The winners of the Vice-Chancellor's research Prizes 2018 were announced on Monday 10 December 2018 at an awards lunch hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Greer.

Winners of the Vice-Chancellor's research Prizes 2018 were announced at an awards lunch hosted by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Greer, in Riddel Hall.

Established in 2012, the Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes recognise and reward those whose research has impact beyond academia, whether on health, society, public policy, business, education, the environment or quality of life. 

 The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Greer, welcomes shortlisted candidates and invited guests

The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ian Greer, welcomes shortlisted candidates and invited guests

 

Brendan Murtagh, School of Natural and Built Environment, winner of the Research Impact Prize

Brendan Murtagh, School of Natural and Built Environment, winner of the Research Impact Prize

 

Dr Dermot Green, School of Mathematics and Physics, winner of the Postdoctoral Researcher Prize

Dr Dermot Green, School of Mathematics and Physics, winner of the Postdoctoral Researcher Prize

 

Modern Languages Core Disciplinary Research Group, School of Arts, English and Languages, winners of the Research Culture Prize

Modern Languages Core Disciplinary Research Group, School of Arts, English and Languages, winners of the Research Culture Prize

 

Dr Kathryn McNeilly, School of Law, winner of the Early Career Researcher Prize

Dr Kathryn McNeilly, School of Law, winner of the Early Career Researcher Prize

 

Dr Trung Duong, ECIT, and Professor Helen McCarthy, School of Pharmacy, Research Innovation Prize winners

Dr Trung Duong, ECIT, and Professor Helen McCarthy, School of Pharmacy, Research Innovation Prize winners

 

A special prize, entitled ‘Support for Research’, was awarded to the team who supported the University's Belfast Region City Deal contribution

A special prize, entitled 'Support for Research', was awarded to the team who supported the University's Belfast Region City Deal contribution