"Inaugural ASMR Peter Doherty Leading Light Award Winner Announced"
Dr Tracy Putoczki from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research has been awarded the inaugural ASMR Peter Doherty Leading Light Award. We are delighted that Professor Doherty was on hand at the 56th ASMR National Scientific Conference to make the presentation to Dr Putoczki.
ASMR 2017 Fact Sheet
Health and Medical Research. Forging a more prosperous future for all Australians.Health & medical research: an exceptional investment and opportunity
Every $1 invested into the National Health & Medical Research Council (NHMRC) returns more than $3 in health and economic benefits1
NHMRC investment between 2000-2015 is projected to yield net returns of over $1.5...
An important message to all Australian Health and Medical Researchers
Political Advocacy - An important message from A/Prof Phoebe Phillips, ASMR President 2015Protect NHMRC's Medical Research Endowment Account
In 2014, NHMRC project grant success rates were below 15% and are the lowest in our history. These funding rates mark a significant drop of over 8% since 2011. This year our sector faces its toughest...
The Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) is the peak professional society representing Australian health and medical research.
In addition to direct members, ASMR represents an additional 20,000 medical researchers, involved in health and medical research through seventy-five (75) affiliated professional societies, institutes and Medical Colleges. Corporate and disease related foundation memberships bring a further 100,000 Australians with an interest in health and medical research into the ASMR network.
The Society has a long established role in scientific, political and public advocacy.