2004 New South Wales Award Winners

  • Dr David J. Adams

    University of Sydney David is a geneticist whose mission is to develop and study animal models of human disease. During … Read More »

  • Dr Tracy Bryan

    Children’s Medical Research Institute Tracy is a molecular and cellular biologist whose research focuses on the role of the ends … Read More »

  • Dr Justin Gooding

    University of New South Wales Justin’s main research interest is the development of portable sensing devices for biomedical and environmental … Read More »

  • Dr Jennifer Hudson

    Macquarie University Jennifer focuses her research on anxiety disorders in children and adolescents, specifically the role of parents in the … Read More »

  • Dr Maria Kavallaris

    Children’s Cancer Institute Australia for Medical Research University of New South Wales Maria is a cancer researcher with a national … Read More »

  • Dr Suresh Mahalingam

    University of Wollongong Suresh is an academic viral immunologist with research interests directed towards the virus-host relationship and the factors … Read More »

  • Professor Thomas Maschmeyer

    University of Sydney Thomas is a scientist whose mission it is to tackle some of the major global technological problems … Read More »

  • Associate Professor Brett A Neilan

    University of New South Wales Brett established his research group at the University of New South Wales in 1997 after … Read More »

  • Professor Claude Roux

    University of Technology Claude is the founding Director of the UTS Centre for Forensic Science. His research activities cover a … Read More »

  • Dr Amanda Sainsbury-Salis

    Garvan Institute of Medical Research / University of New South Wales Amanda undertook PhD studies at the University of Geneva, … Read More »

  • Associate Professor Christopher Semsarian

    Royal Prince Alfred Hospital Christopher is a molecular cardiologist with a strong research interest in genetic heart disorders, with a … Read More »

  • Dr Merridee Wouters

    Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute / University of New South Wales Computers are becoming increasingly important in medical research. Data … Read More »