Ming Zhou – Honourable Mention from the judges of the 2019 Young Biometrician’s Award
Congratulations to Ming who received an “Honourable Mention” from the judges of the 2019 Young Biometrician’s Award, jointly run by the British & Irish Region of the International Biometric Society and the Fisher Memorial Trust. This was for her 2019 Biometrics paper “Removal models accounting for temporary emigration” .
Marina Jiménez‐Muñoz – Silver in STEM for Britain 2019 Competition
Congratulations to Marina who was awarded Silver in Parliament at the STEM for Britain 2019 for her work on How do bird populations vary across Britain?
Emily Dennis – Honourable Mention from the judges of the 2017 Young Biometrician’s Award
22 September 2017
Congratulations to Emily Dennis who received an “Honourable Mention” from the judges of the 2017 Young Biometrician’s Award, jointly run by the British & Irish Region of the International Biometric Society and the Fisher Memorial Trust. This was for her contribution to the 2016 Biometrics paper “A generalised abundance index for seasonal invertebrates”, which was written whilst at the University of Kent.
The panel comprised Professor R A Bailey, on behalf of the Fisher Memorial Trust, Dr G Hepworth from the University of Melbourne as an international judge and Professor S G Thompson representing the British & Irish Region.
Ming Zhou – 2015 Best poster (runner up) – Royal Statistical Society Conference (Exeter, September 2015)
Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita – 2015 RSPB Conservation Science award for the outstanding PhD thesis in conservation science – further details (see image, above right)
Emily Dennis – 2015 University of Kent Faculty of Sciences prize for Postgraduate Research – further details (see image, below right)
Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita, Byron Morgan, and Martin Ridout – 2014 Best Paper in JABES by an IBS Member
20 January 2016
Congratulations to Guru, Byron and Martin. Their paper “Two-Stage Bayesian Study Design for Species Occupancy Estimation” (JABES 19:278-291) has been selected as the 2014 winner of the competition for “Best Paper in JABES by an IBS Member”.
Anita Jeyam – 2015 Best Interdisciplinary Poster – University of Kent Postgraduate Research Festival – view Anita’s poster
Emily Dennis and Chen Yu – 2014 Best student talk – 27th International Biometric Conference (Florence, July 2014)
Natoya Jourdain – 2014 Best Sciences Poster – University of Kent Postgraduate Research Festival
Emily Dennis – 2014 SET for Britain poster competition finalist – further details
Emily Dennis – 2013 Robert M. May Prize runner up – awarded by the British Ecological Society for the best paper submitted to Methods in Ecology and Evolution.