Other awarded grants

Other grants awarded 2019

  • 09 Apr 2019

Sir Harcourt Caughey Award

Professor Frank Bloomfield – 1719004 ($13,983)
Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland

ECHO zone Rotorua.

Gavin and Ann Kellaway Medical Research Fellowship

Dr Beau Pontre – 1719003 ($44,360)
Dept. of Anatomy and Medical Imaging, The University of Auckland

To develop an Auckland-based research programme in MRI-guided radiotherapy planning through overseas experience and collaboration.

Kelliher Charitable Trust Emerging Researcher Start-up awards

Dr Sarah Stewart – 1719001 ($30,000)
Dept. of Medicine, The University of Auckland

Research support for her Postdoctoral Fellowship ‘Ultrasound in asymptomatic hyperuricemia’

Dr Jia-Yun (Catherine) Tsai – 1719002 ($30,000)
Dept. of Molecular Medicine & Pathology, The University of Auckland

Research support for her Postdoctoral Fellowship ‘A novel peptide delivery platform for the development of mucosal vaccines’

SUMMIT Postdoctoral Research Presentation Award

Dr Marie-Claire Smith – 6719001 ($3,000)
Centre for Longitudinal Research, The University of Auckland

To attend a conference to present her research  titled ‘Association between maternal depression symptoms and child telomere length: Evidence from Growing Up in New Zealand’

HealtheX Emerging Researcher Awards

Miss Pania Bridge-Comer – 6719002 ($3,000)
Liggins Institute, The University of Auckland

To attend the 67th Annual Meeting of the Society for Reproductive Investigation (SRI) in Vancouver, Canada, 10 – 14 March 2020.

Miss Alana Whitcombe – 6719003 ($2,000)
Dept. of Molecular Medicine & Pathology, The University of Auckland

To attend a conference to present her research in the field of infection and immunity.

Miss Molly Abraham – 6719004 ($2,000)
Dept. of Physiology, The University of Auckland

To attend the FENS 2020 conference in Glasgow, Scotland, 11 – 15 July 2020.

AMRF Support of the Waitematā DHB Health Excellence Awards

Dr Jacqueline Allen – 6719005 ($500)
Otolaryngology,  North Shore Hospital, Waitematā District Health Board

Best Oral Presentation (Research) Award at the 2019 Waitematā DHB Health Excellence Awards: The real costs of swallowing complaints in a public health system.

Mr Daniel Wen – 6719006 ($500)
School of Medical Sciences, The University of Auckland

Emerging Researcher Award at the 2019 Waitematā DHB Health Excellence Awards: WDHB Skin Service: GP Surgeon Scheme (GPSI), an effective model of care.

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