The Royal Society of Victoria has established four prestigious competitive prizes open to post-graduate, doctoral students in all areas of the Biological Sciences (Non-human), Biomedical & Health Sciences, Earth Sciences and Physical Sciences.
The Biological Sciences (Non-human) prize and Earth Sciences prize are supported by donations from the families of previous Royal Society Presidents Edmund D Gill and Neil Archbold respectively.
Biomedical & Health Sciences Bevan Main, University of Melbourne. Targeting type-1 interferon signalling is neuroprotective in the MPTP mouse model of Parkinson’s disease
Biological Sciences (Non-human) Kylie Soanes, University of Melbourne. Bridging the road-gap for wildlife
Physical and Earth Sciences Jacqueline Delaney, La Trobe University. Low cost sensing for everyone
Biomedical & Health Sciences Annie K. McAuley, University of Melbourne. Novel Proteomic Biomarkers in Diabetic Retinopathy
Biological Sciences (Non-human) Katrin Hug, University of Melbourne. Microbial Arsenic Resistance in Champagne Pool, New Zealand
Physical Sciences Hua Zhou, Deakin University. Super Durable, Robust Superhydrophobic Fabrics
Biomedical & Health Sciences Stephanie Simonds, Monash University.
Biological Sciences (Non-human) Daniel Ohlsen, University of Melbourne.
Earth Sciences Jozua van Otterloo, Monash University.
Physical Sciences Sivacarendran Balendhran, RMIT University.