The Elizabeth Warrington Prize of the British Neuropsychological Society

The Elizabeth Warrington Prize is awarded annually on the basis of distinguished work in neuropsychology by a person at an early stage in their career (normally within 10 years of attaining their professional qualification, e.g., MD, DClinPsych, PhD etc.).

The prize for outstanding early-career researchers is named in honour of Elizabeth Warrington. Elizabeth has played a key role in the British development of Cognitive Neuropsychology. Her work is a foundation for understanding normal brain function, as well as for innovating clinical methods in the development of numerous tests that can be used in the diagnosis of brain injuries, and for use in rehabilitation.
Awarded date2020
Degree of recognitionNational
Granting OrganisationsBritish Neuropsychological Society