Fellows

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The L’Oréal Australia For Women in Science Fellowships have been awarded each year since 2007.

In 2012 the Fellowships were opened up to New Zealand and the prize value increased to AU$25,000.

The links below summarise the work of the Fellows at the time they received their Fellowships.

 

2013 in briefTopArrow

 

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Tracking the spread of deadly diseases

Dr Kathryn Holt, Bio21 Institute, The University of Melbourne

 

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How Australia and India broke up—100 million years ago

Dr Joanne Whittaker, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania, Hobart

 

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When killing saves lives: our immune system at work

Dr Misty Jenkins, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne

 

2012 in briefTopArrow

 

Giving patients more control of their lives

Dr Suetonia Palmer, University of Otago

 

More efficient solar cells with quantum dots

Dr Baohua Jia, Swinburne University of Technology

 

New treatments for blood cancers

Dr Kylie Mason, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research/Royal Melbourne Hospital

 

2011 in briefTopArrow

 

A smarter way to deliver drugs

Georgina Such, The University of Melbourne

 

Can we save the tiger with mathematics?

Eve McDonald-Madden, The University of Queensland/CSIRO

 

The complex life of coral

Tracy Ainsworth, James Cook University

 

2010 in briefTopArrow

 

Mopping up gases

Deanna D’Alessandro, University of Sydney

 

Fighting back against malaria

Rowena Martin, The Australian National University, Canberra/The University of Melbourne

 

How does breast cancer start?

Marie-Liesse Asselin-Labat, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

 

2009 in briefTopArrow

 

Reading the Genome

Marnie Blewitt, The Walter & Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Melbourne

 

How did we get here?

Zenobia Jacobs, University of Wollongong

 

On the hunt for dark energy

Tamara Davis, University of Queensland/University of Copenhagen

 

2008 in briefTopArrow

 

Big ecology: from tundra to rainforest, desert to savanna

Angela Moles, The University of New South Wales

 

Are nanoparticles safe?

Amanda Barnard, The University of Melbourne

 

Crystallising a career in immunology

Natalie Borg, Monash University

 

Unravelling the complexity of the immune system

Erika Cretney, The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

 

2007 in briefTopArrow

 

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Could Vitamin D have a role in diabetes?

Jenny Gunton, Garvan Institute of Medical Research

 

Ilana Feain, Photo credit: SDP Photo, Tim Morison

School girls join study to understand black holes and the birth of stars

Ilana Feain , Australia Telescope National Facility

 

Sarah Pryke, Photo credit: SDP Photo, Tim Morison

Life and love amongst the finches

Sarah Pryke, Macquarie University

 

Catriona Bradshaw, Photo credit: SDP Photo, Sam D'Agostino

New ways of looking at old diseases

Catriona Bradshaw, Monash University/University of Melbourne