Clara Pribadi awarded CRF Prize at ASMR Scientific Meeting 2019
Congratulations to Ms. Clara Pribadi, who is the recipient of this years Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation Prize at the Australian Society for Medical Research, SA Annual Scientific Meeting (June 2019).
Each year, CRF is honored to sponsor this prize, awarded to the best presentation in the Foundation’s dedicated research areas of children’s health, education and welfare.
Clara received this award for her presentation on targeting an epigenetic enzyme as a novel therapeutic strategy for treating craniosynostosis in children with Saethre-Chotzen Syndrome.
The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation proudly supports the South Australian chapter of the ASMR as it provides an excellent forum for early career researchers, including graduate students and postdoctoral scientists, to establish collaborations and present their work among peers in a professional environment.
The Foundation also recognises the ASMR for its shared vision to foster excellence in Australian health and medical research, and in promoting the importance of the sector in Australia’s health and economic prosperity.
The ASMR is the peak professional body representing Australian health and medical researchers. For more information www.asmr.org.au