Young researchers recognised

Centenary Institute students and staff winners at New Horizons 2018 Conference


Pictured: The award winners from the New Horizons 2018 conference. (Credit: Valery Combes)

Congratulations to Centenary’s Kathy On, Dr Elinor Hortle, Khalia Ackermann and Stephanie Sun who received awards at the recent New Horizons Combined Health Science Conference.

Runner Up – Best Oral Presentation by a Young Investigator Award – Kathy On, Immune Imaging Program

Best Oral Presentation by an Early Career Researcher Award – Dr Elinor Hortle, Immune-Vascular Interactions Laboratory

Josephine Anderson Award Best Oral Presentation (technical officer/research assistant) – Khalia Ackermann, Liver Immunology Program

Honours Students – Popular Choice Award – Stephanie Sun, Epigenetics and RNA Biology Program

In its 35th year, the New Horizons 2018 conference provides early career scientists, students (PhD, Honours and Masters) along with Research Assistants with the opportunity to showcase their research work.

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