Recognising our achievements with awards and scholarships
Health Minister Brad Hazzard presented the Sydney Research Awards and Scholarships at the 2019 Sydney Innovation and Research Symposium.
The awards and scholarships celebrate and encourage research excellence across the partnership including Sydney Local Health District, the University of Sydney and our partner medical research institutes.
Mr Hazzard said: “As Minister for Health and Minister for Medical Research I’m really lucky to be able to be out amongst the people at the forefront of health and research.”
“We all have a thirst to learn more and why do we do it? Because of our patients, and the people we care about. That’s what drives all of you in health,” Mr Hazzard said.
The Research Excellence Award, for overall best publication in a high impact journal in the past 12 months, was awarded to:
The Young Researcher Award, for outstanding performance as an early career researcher, was awarded to:
The Research Supervisor Award, for outstanding effort as a postgraduate research supervisor, was awarded to:
The Annual Health Research Infrastructure Award, a $10,000 one-off, early researcher basic science award, recognising an individual with high research potential, was awarded to:
The Clinician Researcher Scholarship, designed to encourage and support clinicians seeking to pursue a clinical research career, was awarded to:
The Health Informatics Research Scholarship, which aims to encourage research into how clinicians, academics and researchers can work with health information and communication technology, was awarded to:
Sydney Research aspires to be a world leader in health and medical research, translating scientific discoveries into improved health and wellbeing for our community.