The Centenary Institute’s Medical Innovation Award recognises bold young researchers who are taking the risks to ask the big questions of today – those questions that have most people saying “but that’s impossible”.
The Prize focuses on creativity – the essential ingredient in all human endeavour, whether in science, art or marketing. It will be presented to the biomedical research scientist based in Australia who demonstrates the greatest creativity in their scientific approach in a given year. Each year tens of thousands are engaged and inspired by the Prize entries, making it the largest and most prestigious national research prize for young biomedical researchers in Australia.
Tuberculosis is the 9th leading cause of death globally accounting for the loss of 1.7 millions lives in 2016. Recognising World TB Day.
Professor John Rasko AO co-authors opinion piece published in the prestigious journal Cell titled ‘No Vacillation on HPV Vaccination’.
Centenary’s Gender Equity Program will host a symposium on March 8 with both male and female scientists and support staff taking part in support of IWD 2018.