The Centenary Institute’s Medical Innovation Awards recognise some of Australia’s inspirational young post-doctoral scientists and provided a catalyst for them to gain wider recognition for their research projects, particularly in the funding arena.
The 1st place $30,000 In Memory of Neil Lawrence Prize, sponsored by
Commonwealth Private, will be presented to the biomedical research scientist based in Australia who demonstrates the most creative and innovative approach to their research concept.
The researcher positioned in 2nd place will receive the Bayer Innovation Award of $15,000.The Harvard Club of Australia Foundation will provide a $5,000 Travel Prize to one of the finalists to undertake a study tour to Harvard University in Boston, USA.
The People’s Choice Award will enable the Australian public to engage with the Awards, having the opportunity to vote in the $2,000 People’s Choice Award.
Nominations close 5 July 2019
People’s choice voting closes 5 August 2019
Award ceremony will be held on 21 August 2019 in Sydney
For more, visit: https://www.centenary.org.au/cimia/