Senior Medical Research Fellowship Alumni

Senior Medical Research Fellowship Alumni

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2009 Dr Benjamin Kile
Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
The molecular regulation of platelet production and function
Dr Brendan Jenkins
Monash University
Genetic dissection of cytokine signalling in inflammation and cancer
 
2008 Dr Gabrielle Belz 
Murdoch Children’s Research Institute
Cellular and transcriptional shaping of naïve and memory T cell development in immunity
Dr Paul Ekert 
The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
Genetic analysis of cell death, oncogenci co-operatvitity and growth factor signalling in IL-3 dependent lines
2007 Vinuesa, Maria (Carola) Garcia de
John Curtin School of Medical Research
Elucidating how T follicular helper cells induce memory B cell formation and prevent autoimmunity in germinal centres
Dr Jennifer Pillow 
University of Western Australia (Senior Medical Research Fellowship cancelled in 2009)
Understanding the relevance of biological complexity and fractal structures for ventilation of the preterm lung
2006 Dr Ruth Arkell 
Australian National University
Zic gene function during the development of the embryonic midline
Dr Robyn Starr 
St Vincent’s Institute Regulation of immune system function by suppressor of cytokine signalling (SOCS) proteins
2005 Dr Miles Davenport 
University of New South Wales
Understanding HIV vaccination
2004 Dr Jacqueline Matthews
University of Sydney Regulatory Proteins in Development and Disease
2003 Dr Thomas Preiss
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, NSW
Translational control of gene expression and the choice between cell death and proliferation
Dr Philippe Bouillet 
Walter & Eliza Institute of Medical Research, Vic
Role of BH3-only proteins in autoimmune and degenerative diseases
2002 Dr Tracy Bryan 
Children’s Medical Research Institute, NSW
Telomerase components in tetrahymena and human
Dr Mark Hulett 
John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University, ACT
Regulators of cell invasion and angiogenesis
2001 Dr Dianne Fatkin 
Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute, NSW
Molecular genetic studies of inherited cardiomyopathies
Dr Kum Kum Khanna 
Queensland Institute of Medical Research
To define the role of BRCA1 in DNA-damage response
2000 Dr Alister Ward 
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Vic & Deakin University
Studies of myeloid leukaemogenesis in the zebrafish
Dr David Huang 
The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Vic
Biological and biochemical mechanisms regulating programmed cell death
1999 Dr Eugene Maraskovsky 
Ludwig Institute, Austin Hospital, Vic
Identification of functionally distinct dendritic cell subsets generated invitro and invivo
Dr Lorraine Robb 
The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Vic
Specification of Haemopoietic development in the early murine embryo
1998 Dr Joanne Shaw 
Princess Alexandra Hospital, Q
The characterisation of the genetic basis of maturity onset diabetes of the young and of non-insulin dependent diabetes mellitus
Dr Melissa Little 
Centre for Molecular & Cellular Biology, Q
Modulation of WT1 activity by protein-protein and protein-RNA interactions
1997

Dr Graham Kay 

Queensland Institute of Medical Research
The Xist gene as a functional component of the X inactivation centre
1996 Dr Trevor Kilpatrick 
The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute, Victoria, Australia
“The role of the receptor tyrosine kinase gene, Tyro- 4, in motor neuron development”
Dr Pankaj Sah 
John Curtin School of Medical Research, Australian National University, ACT
Synaptic plasticity in the amygdala