David Cox Research Prize

The Research Prize is awarded annually to a fellow of the Society near the beginning of their research career for an outstanding published contribution to statistical theory or application. The winner is awarded £2,000 by the Society.

In 2021 it was announced that the Prize would be renamed after the former RSS President, Professor Sir David Cox.


2024 recipient: Daniel García Rasines
Daniel has pioneered work on selective inference. In particular, he created a novel proposal for information splitting that has had significant impacts on the study of post-selection inference.

2023 recipient: Oliver Stoner 

The David Cox Research Prize is awarded to Oliver Stoner for his work on modelling of flawed data, including methods for dealing with under-reporting and delayed reporting issues. 



The David Cox Research Prize is awarded annually and will next be awarded in 2025.