Tuesday, 15 November 2016

SPHPM trumps in the AMREP EMCR 2016 Best Paper Awards

The results are in for the AMREP (Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct) EMCR (Early-Mid Career Researchers) 2016 Best Paper Awards, and SPHPM has taken out three of the six gongs.

Congratulations to Dr Carol Hodgson, Dr Jessica Kasza and Dr Dion Stub for winning their respective categories.


Competition was tight this year, with a record number of entrants, in addition to the high calibre of minds and research that AMREP is home to.

AMREP’s EMCR Committee aims to promote scientific exchange and oversee the professional development of early-mid career post docs and PhD students at the site, which incorporates SPHPM, Monash University's Central Clinical School (CCS), the Burnet Institute and the Baker IDI Heart and Diabetes Institute.

Congratulations to all the winners – your contribution to research is invaluable and it is great to see you achieving so much, especially this early in your research careers. Below is a list of all the winners and links to their winning papers.

2016 AMREP Biomedical Research Early-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Michelle Boyle, Burnet Institute
Immunity

2016 AMREP Biomedical Research Mid-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Smitha Georgy, Monash CCS
Journal of the National Cancer Institute

2016 AMREP Clinical Research Early-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Dion Stub, Monash SPHPM/Baker IDI/Alfred
Circulation

2016 AMREP Clinical Research Mid-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Carol Hodgson, Monash SPHPM/Alfred
Critical Care Medicine

2016 AMREP Public Health Research Early-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Eric Chow, Monash CCS/Alfred
The Lancet Infectious Diseases

2016 AMREP Public Health Research Mid-Career Researcher Best Paper Award
Jessica Kasza, Monash SPHPM
American Journal of Epidemiology

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