Bioanalysis Outstanding Contribution Award


Launched in 2014, the Bioanalysis Outstanding Contribution Award (BOSCA) aims to recognize exceptional scientists who have not only contributed in a technical manner, namely advancing bioanalytical processes and our fundamental knowledge in the field, but also helped shape the community through their participation in societies, groups and the organization of conferences.

Think of it as the Bioanalysis equivalent of the Oscars – minus all the controversy!

For our previous BOSCA awards, we have received many deserving nominations from all around the world. The selected winners of our prestigious award were chosen by a panel of judges made up of fellow leaders of the bioanalytical community.

2018 welcomed the announcement of our fourth BOSCA winner. Congratulations Jack Henion! You can find out more about Jack and previous award winners below.

We have now opened nominations for BOSCA 2019! If you can think of anyone you feel may be worthy of the next BOSCA, enter your email address below to find out more about how to nominate them.

 

 

For further information contact g.makin@future-science.com

 

Previous Winners

2018

Dr Jack Henion

 

 

 

2015

Philip Timmerman: Pillar of the Community

Nico van de Merbel: Excellence in Research

 

 

winner2014

Professor Ian D Wilson