Young Investigator Awards

Previous Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the Young Investigators Awards 2017

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The Winner of 2017's Young Investigator Award (Basic Science) went to

Xuan Banh, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane

CRIG defines a novel population of phagocytic peritoneal macrophages associated with disease severity in patients with cirrhosis and ascites


The Winner of 2017's Young Investigator Award (Clinical Science) went to

Richard Cheng, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Risk factors predicting recurrent ileal resections in patients with Crohn’s Disease

Finalists

Alex Huelsen, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane

Unsedated oesophagogastroduodenoscopy – a randomised controlled trial to assess and compare the tolerability of transnasal versus small caliber per-oral versus conventional approach
Abdulnasser Lafta, Nambour Hospital, Sunshine Coast

Are copper studies being overused as a part of the liver screen to investigate patients with liver disease? A retrospective observational study
Antonio Lee, QEII Jubilee Hospital, Brisbane

Assessing the acceptance of Australian patients towards optical diagnosis as a potential management paradigm for diminutive colorectal polyps
Desmond Patrick, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital

Regional transfer patients are more likely to undergo colectomy compared with metropolitan presenting patients with acute severe ulcerative colitis
Gautam Rishi, QIMR, Brisbane

Iron and erythropoiesis: a novel role for transferrin receptor 2 in iron-deficient anaemia
Rhiann Sue See, Princess Alexandra Hospital, Brisbane

HBV screening in the context of Rituximab therapy: a retrospective audit

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