Nominations for Imperial's Alumni Awards 2023 are now closed.
About the awards
Imperial's Alumni Awards recognise and celebrate the outstanding achievements of our alumni community and the variety of ways they are making a real impact across the globe.
Now in their fourth year, the awards recognise exceptional professional and academic achievements in three categories and present an opportunity for the College to acknowledge role models and thought-leaders within the alumni community.
Nominations for 2023 have now closed. Award winners will be contacted by email by the end of October 2022 and will be officially announced in January 2023.
The Alumni Award categories
2022 Alumni Award Winners
Groundbreaking researchers, green energy innovators, revolutionary medics, leaders, mentors and role models. Our 2022 Alumni Award winners aren't afraid to stand up for their beliefs and pave the way for the next generation.
Dr Azeem Alam BEM
Azeem (Medicine 2015) is co-founder of medical education platform BiteMedicine, the author of several research papers and an accomplished musician.
Dr Chiara Bucciarelli-Ducci
Cardiologist, fearless CEO, mentor and risk-taker, Chiara's (PhD Medicine 2012) spirited approach to life has seen her win several prestigious awards.
Dr Harsh Pershad
Harsh (Chemistry 1996, MBA 2014) is an energy innovation specialist, inspiring passion for change and encouraging LGBT+ visibility in the workplace.
A tragic loss, due to a power outage, inspired Mervin (MSc Sustainable Energy Futures 2015) to dedicate herself to making energy available to all.
Dr Nik Kotecha OBE
Nik (PhD Chemistry 1992) improves life for millions through his company and foundation, making quality healthcare affordable and accessible worldwide.
Dr Reeba Oliver
Reeba (PhD Medicine 2009) established the UK's first walk-in clinic for victims of female genital mutilation as well as a clinic for the homeless.
Professor Sir Stephen Holgate CBE
Stephen (Medicine 1971) has made an enormous contribution to respiratory research, including a landmark case to name air pollution as cause of death.
Dr Tasos Kounoudes
Tasos (PhD Electrical & Electronic Engineering 2000) founded one of the first R&D tech companies in Cyprus, the award-winning SignalGeneriX.
Tony (MEng Aeronautics 2007) is a leader in Asian aerospace, addressing sustainability and tackling gender imbalance in STEM.