Awards

Awards including new fellowships, research awards, individual awards or presentation awards.

Dr Larisa Labzin who is working to understand how our body fights back against viruses has received a national medical research award.

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Congratulations to Inflammasome Lab Honours student, Connie Ross for winning the John and Jan de Jersey Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Prize!

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Congratulations to Caroline Holley who has been selected to be part of The University of Que

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Associate Professor Kate Schroder has been appointed to the scientific advisory board of a new start-up company to develop treatments for inflammatory disorders including Parkinson’s disease and asthma.  

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Congratulations to Dr Alina Zomoshnikova who was awarded her PhD this week. Supervised by Dr Kate Schroder, Alina's PhD research in the Inflammasome Lab has investigated innate immunity and inflammation.

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Congratulations to Larisa Labzin on her newly awarded NHMRC CJ Martin Early Career Fellowship. Larisa recently completed her PhD with Professor Eicke Latz at the Institute of Innate Immunity at the University of Bonn in Germany.

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Research from the Inflammasome Lab performed by Dr Rebecca Coll (pictured) and Dr Kate Schroder, in collaboration with Dr Avril Robertson and Professor Matt Cooper (Institute for Molecular Bioscience, The University of Queensland), and Professor L

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Connie Ross joins the lab

Connie Ross, who undertook research in the Inflammasome Lab as an undergraduate intern in Summer 2013/2014 and Winter 2015, returns to the lab in July 2016 as an Honours student.

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Farewell and Congratulations to Jelena

This week we said farewell to Dr Jelena Bezbradica Mirkovic who leaves the Inflammasome Lab for Oxford University in the United Kingdom.

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Rebecca awarded UQ Fellowship

The University of Queensland Fellowships aim to retain researchers of exceptional calibre at the University. By investing in the best and brightest talent, these Fellowships facilitate a trajectory of continued excellence and impact in research at UQ, with the aim to developing elite professionals who create change in society. This year, competition for these awards has been very strong and Dr Coll's success recognises the very high quality of her research as an early career researcher.

Congratulations to Dr Rebecca Coll who was awarded a University of Queensland Fellowship.

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