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2020

CSL Centenary Fellowships

Australian Scientists awarded $2.5m to investigate new ways to fight two of the world’s biggest health challenges: cancer and infectious diseases

Two Australian scientists have each been awarded CSL Centenary Fellowships, valued at $1.25 million over five years, to investigate new ways to fight two of the world’s biggest health challenges: cancer and infectious diseases.

Dr Alisa Glukhova is investigating a fundamental cell communication system that guides the growth of embryos but, when it goes wrong, can contribute to cancer and other diseases.
Professor Si Ming Man is investigating disease-fighting proteins produced by the immune system and how they might be harnessed to fight infectious diseases.

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2019

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Australian Scientists awarded $2.5m in support of ground-breaking research into Cancer and Malaria

Two Australian scientists have each been awarded AUD$1.25 million CSL Centenary Fellowships over five years to improve treatments for two of the world’s biggest health challenges: malaria and cancer.

Dr Kamala Thriemer and Associate Professor Daniel Thomas will be funded through the $25 million CSL Centenary Fellowships program, which was established in 2016 to foster excellence in medical research by supporting mid-career Australian scientists to pursue world-class research.

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2018

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Australian Scientists awarded $2.5m for research into new immune therapies and complications of stroke

Two Australian scientists have each been awarded an AUD$1.25 million, five-year, CSL Centenary Fellowship to further research into why so many people die from infection following stroke and how we might develop better vaccines against diseases such as tuberculosis.

Dr Connie Wong and Dr Daniel Pellicci will be funded through the $25 million CSL Centenary Fellowships program, which was established in 2016 to foster excellence in medical research by supporting mid-career Australian scientists to pursue world-class research.

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2017

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Australian Scientists awarded $2.5m in support of ground-breaking research into Cancer

Two Australian scientists have each been awarded an AUD$1.25 million, five-year, CSL Centenary Fellowship to further research into gentler, more effective cancer diagnostics and, to advance understanding of what really causes our arteries to clog.

Associate Professor Sarah-Jane Dawson and Associate Professor Andrew Murphy will be funded through the $25 million CSL Centenary Fellowships program, which was established in 2016 to foster excellence in medical research by supporting mid-career Australian scientists to pursue world-class research.

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2016

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Australian Scientists awarded $2.5m in support of ground-breaking research into Alzheimer's Disease and Leukaemia

Two Australian scientists have each been awarded an AUD$1.25 million, five-year, CSL Centenary Fellowship to further research that aims to help patients battle leukaemia and examine the origins of memory to better understand Alzheimer’s disease.

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