Professor of Microbial Ecology at Cardiff University.- Lynne Boddy
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Internationally renowned mycologist, head of biological sciences at the University of Exeter in England, and twice president of the British Mycological Society.
As an educator, John Webster's undergraduate teaching classes introduced many students to the world of fungi, some of whom went on to become leading mycologists or academics in their own right, including Lynne Boddy, Alan Rayner, Naresh Magan (all past presidents of the British Mycological Society) and Nick Talbot.
Prize awarded annually from 1996 onwards to recognise outstanding recent discovery or development which has had a significant impact on the development of the science of ecology or its application.
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Started by the Microbiology Society in 1976 and named after Alexander Fleming, one of the founders of the society.
1991 Lynne Boddy The Ecology of Wood- and Litter-rotting Basidiomycete Fungi