Summer scholarship student finalist in Sydney University Dean’s Prize

Centenary Institute Medical Research


A big congratulations to Julia Kam, who was chosen as one of 12 finalists in this year’s Sydney University Dean’s Prize. As part of her Sydney University scholarship Julia spent her summer at Centenary working in our Immune-Vascular Interactions Laboratory under the supervision of Lab Head Dr Stefan Oehlers.

Julia was one of seven inspiring students who spent their summer with us as part of the Sydney University Summer Scholarship program. We had the opportunity to hear from these committed young Australians when they shared their learnings and projects with us at one of our recent internal seminars. Congratulations to Caroline Giardina, Loan Nguyen, Jun Yup Lee, Arianna Di Fazio, Alissa Chaitarvornkit, Fergus Stafford and Julia – we wish you the very best of luck for your future careers.

Pictured: Alissa Chaitarvornkit, Julia Lam, Fergus Stafford and Arianna Di Fazio from the Summer Scholarship program.

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