Award Winners - 2012

2012 SRB RCRH Award winner A/Prof Brett Nixon pictured with Prof Sarah Robertson from the Robinson Institute.

 

2012 SRB RCRH Award for Excellence in Reproductive Biology Research

The RCRH SRB Award for Excellence in Reproductive Biology Research recognises the outstanding contribution of an emerging researcher working in the field of Reproductive Biology who is a member of the SRB. Recipients must be less than 15 year post-receipt of Doctorate at the time of award and agree to attend and present at the SRB annual meeting if application is successful.

2012 SRB New Investigator Award Winner Yan Ru Gao pictured with A/Prof Eva Dimitriadis

 

2012 SRB New Investigator Award

The SRB New Investigator Award has been running annually since 1981 and is one of the highlights of the Annual conference. It is given to the best presentation at the Annual Scientific Meeting by a member who is a student or within 2 years of receiving their PhD award. Nominees must be members of the Society for Reproductive Biology.

2012 Newcastle Award winner Dr Karla Hutt pictured with Prof John Aitken from the University of Newcastle

 

2012 Newcastle Reproduction Emerging Research Leader Award

The Newcastle Reproduction Emerging Research Leader Award recognises an emerging and excellent contributor working in the field of Reproductive Biology who is a member of the SRB. Recipients must be more than 2 years and up to 8 years post-receipt of their Doctorate at the time of award and agree to attend and present at the SRB annual meeting if application is successful.

2012 Oozoa Award winner Genevieve Kerr pictured with Sharon Mortimer from Oozoa

 

Oozoa Student Award

One award is given to a presenting author who is a current SRB member for the best presentation, either oral or poster, by a postgradute student working on gametes (oocytes or sperm). Applicants must indicate their wish to be considered for the award and submit the attached form indicating your career stage and declaring your contribution to the presented work.
Oozoa Biomedicals

2012 Mid Career Poster Award winner Dr Tu'uhevaha Kaitu'u-Lino pictured with Dr Eva Dimitriadis

 

2012 Centre for Reproduction and Genomics Awards

The Centre for Reproduction and Genomics Poster Awards were awarded to the best poster presented at the World Congress of Reproductive Biology, 2011, by a student and postdoctoral researcher within 7 years of award of their PhD.

2012 Early Career Poster Award winner Sze Yee Chai pictured with her supervisor Dr Gemma Madson

2012 ANZPRA New Investigator Award winner Dr Kirsten Palmer pictured with ANZPRA President Claire Roberts

 

2012 ANZPRA New Investigator Award

This award is given to a presenting author for the best oral on placental biology by a postgraduate student or researcher within 2 years of receiving their PhD award. Applicants must be current members of the Society for Reproductive Biology and ANZPRA.
ANZPRA Award