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Bio21's Associate Professor Kathryn Holt has been awarded the Australian Academy of Science Gottschalk Medal for early-career scientists for her work on how antibiotic-resistant strains move from country to country.
Bio21 groups were awarded $2.34 million in Discovery Project funding and also led or were involved in five successful LIEF grants which received $4.12 million in ARC funding. Two Bio21 early career researchers were also awarded $732,000 with DECRA fellowships.
Establishment of a collaborative network, led by the University of Melbourne’s Bio21 Institute and Monash University to develop world leading capability in cryo-electron microscopy and protein structural biology
Professors Spencer Williams, Robin Mason, Myra Nimmo, Ian Henderson, Jon Rowe and Ian van Driel and Steven Clowry and Jenna De La Rue from the International Relations Office.
Georgina Sweet Awardees Assoc Prof Alicia Oshlack, Murdoch Children's Research Institute; Assoc Prof Kathryn Holt, University of Melbourne; Professor Leann Tilley, Bio21 Institute, University of Melbourne (Georgina Sweet Laureate Fellow) and Assoc Prof Freya Fowkes, Burnet Institute at the Bio21 Institute 27 October 2016.