2018 Research Week Awards Dinner
Last night we celebrated the 2018 Research Week Awards Dinner where 11 grant and four poster award recipients were announced. These grants will enable all of the recipients to put their research into action and steer the future of their chosen topics.
Tonight we celebrate the 2018 #ResearchWeek Awards Dinner.— Epworth HealthCare (@Epworth) June 7, 2018
Thanks to all staff, doctors & friends who have joined us this evening. Thanks also to the Epworth Medical Foundation donors whose generosity makes these grants & awards possible. pic.twitter.com/HVWT2fyh3P
Congratulations to Dr Rachel Delahunty - Medical Oncologist, who is the 2018 Audrey Voss, Gynaecological Cancer Research Fund recipient for her study: Assessing circulating tumour DNA as a prognostic biomarker in type 2 #EndometrialCancer. #ResearchWeek pic.twitter.com/fb8bkF79JQ— Epworth HealthCare (@Epworth) June 7, 2018
Congrats to Dr Birinder Giddey, awarded 1 of 5 #ResearchWeek Seeding Grants for his study: Implementation of a structured medical handover & interprofessional huddle at a metropolitan private hospital: Impact on frequency of deterioration of ward patients. pic.twitter.com/qy1aPiRmDD— Epworth HealthCare (@Epworth) June 7, 2018
Thank you to all staff, doctors and friends who have joined us this evening. Thanks also to the Epworth Medical Foundation donors whose generosity makes these grants and awards possible.
Congratulations to all of the recipients, we can't wait to see what amazing things you do with your grants!
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