Gill Scott, teaching laboratory manager at the School of Life Sciences at the University of Warwick, has been recognised as Technician of the Year for making a positive impact and inspiring others through her work.
Runner up, Elaine Shervill, multi-faculty teaching manager from the Royal Veterinary College, was also recognised for her commitment to the profession.
The HE Bioscience Technician of the Year Award, developed jointly by the Royal Society of Biology and the University Bioscience Managers Association (UBMA), aims to recognise excellent work by technical staff, which underpins bioscience research and teaching at all levels in universities across the UK and Ireland.
The two received their awards at the UBMA conference at Imperial College London, with Imperial’s Vice Provost, Professor James Stirling, presenting them with the award.
For more information see the full RSB article