Young Investigator Awards

Previous Winners 2017

Congratulations to the winners of the Young Investigators Awards 2017

Kindly supported by Envoi 

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

Jennifer Borowsky, Queensland Institute of Medical Research
The role of APC in WNT pathway activation in serrated neoplasia


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

Kelly Hayward, University of Queensland
High-risk medication-related problems are prevalent in people with decompensated cirrhosis


Finalists

Lochlan Fennell,, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
Single nucleotide polymorphism rs1800734 predisposes dysplastic sessile serrated adenomas to develop microsatellite instability through promotion of MLH1 promoter methylation

Ammar Kheir
, Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee Hospital
Prevalence and variable detection of sessile serrated polyps in young adults undergoing index diagnostic colonoscopy

Abha Kaul
, Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital
Can cirrhosis-specific clinical criteria identify a subset of patients with advanced cirrhosis who might benefit from a more supportive model of care?

Futoshi Kawamata
, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute
Copy number profiles of paired primary and metastatic colorectal cancer to investigate clonal tumour changes

Richard Lee
, Princess Alexandra Hospital
Factors influencing the need for endoscopic intervention in oesophageal meat bolus impaction: a retrospective, multi-centre study

Patrina Kellar
, Logan Hospital
Mental health care in chronic hepatitis C patients: the unmet need in interferon-free treatment



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