The Association of Anaesthetists Featherstone Professorship is awarded to practising anaesthetists, clinicians and scientists who have made a substantial contribution to anaesthesia and its related subspecialties.
The deadline for submission of your application form and 2-page abbreviated CV is 17:00 on Friday 5 May 2023. Late submissions will not be accepted.
The Professorship aims to encourage those in the early stages of developing their career. The purpose of the award is to recognise the work of recipients and facilitate their progress in the academic world. Those who show equivalent excellence in teaching and education will also be eligible.
Applicants must demonstrate that they are performing at a high level and provide details of their contribution in one or more field such as safety, education, research, innovation, international development and leadership.
Featherstone Professorships are held for two years, during which the holder will be required to deliver a Featherstone Oration at a major Association meeting. Successful recipients will receive the Featherstone Professorship certificate and will be entitled to use the title Featherstone Professor for the two years of their appointment.
Applicants will be invited to complete an application form, accompanied by a 2-page abbreviated CV.
Eligibility: Can be awarded to practicing Association members and non-members, including scientists and clinicians.
Nomination: Self application by application form and 2-page abbreviated CV
Nominations will be considered by the Association’s Honours and Awards Committee.
Featherstone Professorship recipients
2022: Kariem El-Boghdadly
2021: Brendan McGrath
2020: Nuala Lucas
2019: Rachel Collis | Matthew Wilson
2018: William Fawcett
2017: Richard Griffiths
2016: Cyprian Mendonca
2015: Andrew Bodenham
2014: Steve Yentis