Professor Trevor Robbins awarded the 2015 British Association for Psychopharmacology (BAP) Lifetime Achievement Award. The Award was presented at the BAP 2015 Summer Meeting in Bristol on July 28th.
The announcement of the Award, which was made in the June 2015 BAP Newsletter, summarises Professor Robbins's (ongoing) contribution to psychopharmacology:
"Trevor has been one of the leading British psychopharmacologists and behavioural scientists of his generation and he is a wonderful example of a researcher who develops and fosters the field. Although he remains as active as ever, his achievements to date mean he is fully deserving of the 2015 BAP Lifetime Achievement Award."
To receive a BAP Lifetime Achievement Award, an individual must be recognised internationally both for their contribution to psychopharmacology, and for the impact of their work, and they must also have made a major contribution to British psychopharmacology.