The inaugural GSA Student Research Grant Program for 2019 has now closed. The scheme is targeted at supporting early-career researchers in our academic community, and we have partnered with Illumina, Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics, Brightside Scientific and Point of Care Diagnostics (POCD) to provide a range of prizes aimed at supporting postgraduate student members of GSA.
Our congratulations to:
- Johanna Jones from the University of Tasmania, who won the GSA Student grant sponsored by Illumina and the Ramaciotti Centre for Genomics – an Illumina NovaSeq 6000SP flowcell
- Laura Cook from the University of Melbourne, who won the GSA Student Grant sponsored by Brightside Scientific – a $2000 dewar
- Andrew Baldi from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, who won the GSA Student Grant sponsored by POCD Scientific – a $1000 shopping vouch
GSA thanks the following companies for their generous support and sponsorship of these grants: