Bob Fraser Award
New Investigator Award
The Bob Fraser Award recognises an emerging early/mid career researcher in the matrix biology field who has demonstrated outstanding research contributions and leadership potential.
This award is open to applicants who:
have been a financial member of MBSANZ for more than 1 year prior to application
have no more than 10 years post-doctoral experience taking into account career disruption
register for the society conference and submit an abstract for an oral presentation
Applicants for this award apply at the time of submitting an abstract for an oral presentation at a society meeting by providing:
verification of the date of conferral of their PhD
details of any career disruption
brief CV (maximum 3 pages) including education, main field of professional activity and a list of publications
abstract submitted to the society conference for an oral presentation
Award review committee
Finalists are invited to give an oral presentation at the society conference. The award is determined by the selection committee chaired by the President and based on the oral presentation delivered at the society conference.
Dr Kendelle Murphy is the winner of the 2023 Bob Fraser New Investigator Award for her presentation entitled ‘Pulsed treatment with narmafotinib reduces fibrosis and enhances gemcitabine/Abraxane & FOLFIRINOX response in pancreatic cancer.’.