Dr Katharina Richter wins ASMR Ross Wishart Memorial Award
Grants and Awards | June 22, 2018

Congratulations to Dr Katharina Richter, from UniSA, for winning the Ross Wishart Memorial Award at the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) Scientific Meeting in Adelaide.

 

The Ross Wishart Memorial Award is given to the person who delivers the most outstanding presentation at the SA division’s Annual Scientific Meeting during Medical Research Week. It is named in memory of Ross Wishart, a scientist and long-term member of the SA ASMR committee.  After finishing her PhD in 2017, Kati is continuing her research at the Basil Hetzel Institute for Translational Health Research/The University of Adelaide and at the School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences/UniSA collaborating with CBNS CI Professor Clive Prestidge and Dr Nicky Thomas.

 
The large photo shows Kati (centre) receiving the award from ASMR SA State Convenor Ms Annabel Sorby-Adams, with ASMR Scientific Meeting Co-Convenor Dr Bill Panagopoulos announcing the award.