The King’s Prize Fellowship is awarded bi-annually to outstanding post-doctoral scientists. The award seeks to encourage individuals with a strong research interest to become leaders in their field. The award is supported by the Anthony and Elizabeth Mellows Charitable Settlement, in association with King's College. One of the fellowships per year will be awarded the Professor Anthony Mellows Medal.
The awards may be held in any part of King’s College London but must be focused on biomedical or health-related research.
The King’s Prize Fellowship is awarded twice a year and provides 18-24 months of funding including a generous salary and running expenses. The award aims to support the Fellow's transition to an independent research career. It is awarded through an annual competition, advertised widely and open to both internal (King's) and external candidates.
The next deadline is 12th January 2024.