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Cancer vaccine innovator honored with prestigious Florey Medal

...rck Sharp & Dohme Florey Medal, said the bi-annual accolade was created in 1998, the centenary of Sir Howard Floreys birth, to celebrate world standing achievements in biomedical science and human health advancement by Australian researchers. "Around 20 top ranking scientists were in the running for this ye...

BioMed Central's Deborah Saltman awarded the Rose-Hunt Award

...warded the Rose - Hunt Award, the most prestigious accolade of The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners (RACGP). Presenting the award at the RACGP Annual Scientific Convention in Brisbane this month, RACGP President Professor Michael Kidd congratulated Dr Saltman and thanked her for her outstandi...

Emeritus Director leading the way at Prince Henry's

... He is also a past winner of the Society's highest accolade The Dale Medal, in recognition of his world leading studies in endocrinology. Professor Burger was honoured in the 1993 Queen's Birthday list when he was appointed as an Officer in the General Division of the Order of Australia (A.O.). In 1994 he w...

University student named Young Scientist of the Year

...Medical and Health Sciences has been given the top accolade in the annual awards. Winner of the Science in Our Communities category, Claire's research, in association with crown research institute ESR (Environmental Science and Research), has identified a method of distinguishing between skin, vaginal and mou...

American Association for Dental Research presents awards, recognitions

...ward, supported by GlaxoSmithKline, is the highest accolade the AADR can bestow and is given in years when the AADR meets separately from its parent organization, the International Association for Dental Research. AADR Honorary Membership This is bestowed upon Mary Woolley, President, Research!America, in...

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