Congratulations to our Early Career Researcher Grant recipients
Congratulations to the Melbourne Medical School researchers who were successful in the recent round of the University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Grants. These grants support early career researchers who demonstrate clear evidence of high research potential, with grants of up to $40,000 supporting high-quality research projects and pilot projects over a 12-month period.
(L-R by row): Dr Elif Kadife, Dr Juan Pablo Villaneuva-Cabezas, Ms Kate Bray, Dr Maya Panisset, Dr Meaghan Griffiths, and Dr Prasanti Kotagiri.
This year’s recipients include:
- Dr Katherine Bray, Department of Psychiatry
A multi-dimensional video-based measure of social processing for adolescents
- Dr Meaghan Griffiths,Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Shedding light on endometrial shedding; identifying novel contributors to menstruation
- Dr Elif Kadife, Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology
Discovering a treatment for preeclampsia using the C1q mouse model
- Dr Prasanti Kotagiri, Department of Medicine - Royal Melbourne Hospital
B Cells in Immune Senescence
- Dr Maya Panisset, Department of Medicine – Royal Melbourne Hospital
Remote Monitoring in Multiple Sclerosis – A Mixed-Methods Translational Study
- Dr Juan Pablo Villanueva Cabezas, Department of Medicine - Royal Melbourne Hospital
Developing risk-based surveillance for zoonotic bovine tuberculosis in Bhutan
For more information on the Early Career Researcher grant scheme, see the ECR Grants webpage.