Both Jacqui and Joel won NHMRC Project Grants for 2003-2005. Joel’s grant ($225,000) is to understand the way in which specific transcription factors synergise in controlling blood cell development, while Jacqui’s grant ($420,000) is to work on the structure and interactions of several oncogenic transcription factors and the protein-protein complexes that they form.
One of the PhD students in Joel’s lab, Wendy Yung, won the major poster prize at the recent ComBio2002 conference, held in Sydney. The prize, sponsored by the Biochemical Journal, included a subscription to the journal as well as a hefty cheque!
Both Jacqui and Joel were awarded ARC Discovery Grants for 2003-2005. Jacqui’s grant ($300,000) will allow her to continue her work aimed at understanding the role of specific transcription factors in the control of gene expression, and to begin to design specific reagents that may interfere with aberrent expression of certain genes. Joel’s grant will […]
In a dinner held at Parliament House in Canberra several weeks ago, Joel was presented with the Science Minister’s Prize for Life Scientist of the Year. The award came with a $35,000 cheque and a medal. The award was given for the contribution made by Joel and his research group towards understanding the role of […]