Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science

1 October

The Georgina Sweet Awards have been given annually since 2016 and have had a real effect on women in quantitative biomedical science.

A/Prof. Alyssa Barry (2017 winner)
“I am honoured that I was chosen to take part in this groundbreaking scheme that will undoubtedly make a huge impact on women’s involvement and recognition in science in the future.”

A/Prof. Stephanie Gras (2017 winner)
“The award has allowed me to support my team, and to ensure that early career female fellows are developing their track record to allow them to develop their emerging career.”

A/Prof. Megan Maher (2017 winner)
“The award has had a significant impact on my achievements and career progression over the past year. I have said it before, but this truly is an incredible initiative.”

The Georgina Sweet Awards for Women in Quantitative Biomedical Science were created by Professor Leann Tilley as part of her Australian Research Council Laureate Fellowship program to promote and support female scientists who demonstrate excellence in the area of Quantitative Biomedical Science.

Quantitative Biomedical Science is Biological/Biomedical Research that employs a quantitative approach, particularly in areas such as Computational Biology, Biophysics, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry, Genomics, Structural Biology, Cell Biology etc.

Source: The University of Melbourne
https://mdhs.unimelb.edu.au/equity-and-diversity/georgina-sweet-laureate-fellowship/awards

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