ASMR Medical Research Week® Online Schools Quiz 2018

Twenty question, multiple choice Quiz for Year 7-12 Students

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Queensland Health and Medical Research Awards

ASMR MRW® Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards proudly supported by the Queensland Government 

The  Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR)  is committed to fostering excellence in  health  and  medical  research  and  promoting  community  understanding  and  support  for the sector. Health and medical research includes efforts that focus on new modes  of disease  prevention,  as  well  as  making  advances  in  understanding  the  biological  basis  of disease  and  the  development  and  testing  of  new  treatments  for  disease.  The  ASMR Queensland Awards for Health & Medical Research are an initiative of the ASMR and are made  annually  to  recognise  the  outstanding  efforts  and  contributions  of  Queensland researchers.

Four Award categories will be considered:

Postgraduate Student Researcher Award
Early Career Researcher Award
Mid Career Research Award
Clinical Researcher Award

Finalist Presentations will be held on  Friday May 25th and the winners of these prestigious awards will be announced at the Gala Dinner on Friday June 1st.


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ASMR Queensland Postgraduate Student Conference

May 30

ASMR MRW® Queensland Postgraduate Student Conference supported by the Queensland Government

QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute

Register now for a unique opportunity to present your work and network with other postgraduate students in health and medical research.

  • Distinguished Plenary Speakers
  • Prizes for oral and poster presentations
  • Free registration for ASMR Members
  • Lunch, morning and afternoon tea provided
  • Post-conference networking event (5-7pm)

Abstract submission closes  April 26th
Registration closes May 11th

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ASMR Medical Research Week ® Gala Dinner

June 1

Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards and ASMR MRW® Queensland Gala Dinner supported by the Queensland Government

Venue details to be announced.

Features the ASMR Medalist 2018, Professor Hope Jahren and presentation of the prestigious Queensland Health & Medical Research Awards.

Professor Jahren is a geobiologist whose research is crossing interdisciplinary boundaries, using her knowledge and expertise in stable isotope chemistry to develop new tools to better understand dietary sugar intake and sugar metabolism.

Recognised by Popular Science magazine in 2006 as one of its “Brilliant 10” scientists and in 2016, Time Magazine named her as one of the world’s “ 100 Most Influential People”, Prof Jahren has also been awarded three Fulbright Scholarships, and currently holds the J. Tuzo Wilson professorship at the University of Oslo in Norway.

A passionate advocate for science and best selling author  of the critically acclaimed ‘Lab Girl’,  Prof Jahren’s story of the triumphs and challenges of a career in science will resonate with many.



Queensland Health and Medical Research Awards and
ASMR MRW® Queensland Gala Dinner
proudly supported by the 

Gold Sponsors of ASMR MRW® Postgraduate Student Conference 2018

Venue and Gold Sponsor of ASMR MRW® Postgraduate Student Conference 2018

Gold Sponsors of ASMR MRW® Postgraduate
Student Conference 2018

Silver Sponsors of ASMR MRW® Postgraduate
Student Conference 2018

Bronze Sponsors of ASMR MRW® Postgraduate
Student Conference 2018


Sponsoring the ASMR MRW® Gala Dinner 2018

Premium Table Sponsors of the ASMR MRW® Gala Dinner 2018



Major National Supporter of ASMR MRW® 2017