Scientia Professor Fred Westbrook Awarded the Gantt Medal

Posted 30 September 2013

Congratulations to Professor Fred Westbrook who has been awarded the Gantt Medal by the Pavlovian Society.  Professor Westbrook is only the second non-US researcher to win the prize.

The Pavlovian Society is a US-based society dedicated to the scientific study of behavior and promotion of interdisciplinary scientific communication.

The Gantt Medal, established by the Society following the death of W. Horsley Gantt in 1980, is awarded to individuals who have made distinguished contributions to the fields of psychology, physiology, behavioral neuroscience, psychophysiology, mental health or medicine within the confines of  Pavlovian conceptual models or who have contributed significantly to the functioning of the Society.