Previous grant recipients
The Society’s grants schemes aim to support the professional development of our members in many different ways. From research visits to gain key data or learn a new technique, to conference attendance to present data, we have supported the careers of many members. In this section you’ll find information about previously awarded grants and how they have benefited the professional development of the recipients.
ECM Forum Event Fund Grant recipients
Find out how receiving the Early Career Microbiologist's (ECM) Event Fund Grant has benefited eligible ECM Forum members.
Education and Outreach Grant recipients
Learn more about those who have been awarded the Education and Outreach Grant to support relevant science teaching or promotion initiatives, or to support developments likely to lead to an improvement in the teaching of any aspect of microbiology.
Harry Smith Vacation Studentship recipients
Discover how being awarded a Harry Smith Vacation Studentship Grant has enabled these microbiologists with the opportunity to gain an insight into the world of research, providing early- and mid-career scientists the opportunity to gain supervision experience.
International Development Fund Grants recipients
The Society aims to assist microbiologists in countries with low-income or lower-middle-income economies (as defined by the World Bank) through the International Development Fund. Learn more about how the fund has helped previous grant recipients.
Microbiology in Society Award recipients
The Microbiology in Society Award of up to £5,000 is presented annually to an individual or organisation for any education, outreach or public engagement work that promotes the art and science of microbiology. Find out more about what winning the Microbiology Society Award has meant to these previous recipients.
Research Visit Grant recipients
Our Research Visit Grant supports innovative projects within established collaborations and the development of new collaborative initiatives. Find out more about how the grant has been used to support our members.
Travel Grant recipients
The Society's Travel Grant supports eligible members presenting work at scientific or education meetings. Discover more about how previous grant recipients have made the most of the available funds.