Biomedical Research Centre Youth Awards

The Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) Youth Awards are part of the wider Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) Youth Awards, established in 2013 and set up by Dr Margaret Heslin. The awards are open to all young people aged 15 to 18 attending schools in South East London. The winners receive a £50 book token, a year of mentoring from a researcher and two days of work experience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London.

HERON took the lead on the development of the BRC Youth Awards programme which aims to encourage young people from the local area to stay in education and develop a career in science, with a specific focus on social problems and psychological health.

The BRC application deadline has now closed and the pupils below are the successful students;

BRC Youth Award in Chemistry, Biology and Psychological Health (8)

Euan Dadzie-Walker (Ark Globe Academy)

Sehar Fatima (Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College)

Madiha Jalali (Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College)

Thi-Hoa Nguyen (St Savoiur’s and St Olave’s)

Racine Morgan (Sydenham School)

Isis Fyffe-Collier (Dunraven Sixth Form)

Awaatif Muktar (Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College)

Tsion Dawit (Pimlico Academy)

Heron-BRC Youth Award in Sociology, Psychology and Health (5)

Iqra Abdi (Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College)

Thakia Jahan Azad (Mulberry School)

Adeleye Temilade (Dunraven Sixth Form)

Alisha Osman (Dunraven Sixth Form)

Hamnah Kashif (Norbury Manor Business and Enterprise College)

BRC Youth Award in Maths, Computer Science and Health (3)

Cheryl Adamson-Crete (La Retraite Sixth Form)

XueJun Wang (Harris Academy, Bermondsey)

Marta Sanchez Perez (Ark Globe Academy)

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