BJR/Jusha Early Career Investigator Award

JushaSponsored by Jusha, the Early Career Investigator Award aims to encourage early career workers in the general areas of diagnostic imaging, radiotherapy and related topics to carry out research and publish it.

The award is made to a BJR author, within 5 years of appointment to a senior post at the time of submission, for the best original research paper published in the BJR during the relevant calendar year. The winner receives the Editors' Prize and presentation will usually be at the annual BIR Annual Congress.

This award is made on the recommendation of the Publications Committee and recipients are nominated by the Publications Committee and Editorial Board of the BJR.

The award is presented annually and is in the form of a certificate and a monetary award of £250.


Award Winner for 2022

The BIR/Jusha Early Career Investigator award was presented to Christian R Cooper, Donald Jones, George DD Jones and Kristoffer Petersson for their article titled: FLASH irradiation induces lower levels of DNA damage ex vivo, an effect modulated by oxygen tension, dose, and dose rate.

Jusha Early Career 2023

Above (left to right): Christian Cooper, Professor Stephen Keevil and Ivy Fang (Manager of International Business, Jusha).


Terms and conditions

Previous Winners
2021 Dr Wali Bader 2022
2019 Dr Jason Brett Hartman 2020 Dr Meng Chen
2017 Dr Dominic Benz 2018 Ralph TH Leijenaar and Marta Bogowicz
2015 Dr Hatem Alkadhi 2016 Dr Pierfrancesco Franco
2013 Dr Khalid Alzimami 2014 Dr Supriya Chopra
2011 Mr Gareth Iball 2012 Dr Eva Rustowska
2009 Dr James Roberts 2010 Dr Anna Karahaliou & Team
2007 Dr Can Lai 2008 Dr Niall MacDougall
2005 Mr Tenbing Xiong 2006 No award


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