Awards are encouragement but they do not define us.
Professional Development Award
Awarded by the Cardiovascular Research Network in NSW & Heart Foundation to attend International Society for Hypertension in Pregnancy (ISSHP) conference, Paris, France.
Newcastle Reproduction Emerging Research Leader Award, Society of Reproductive Biology
Awarded to an emerging and excellent contributor working in the field of Reproductive Biology. This award is conferred to an early career researcher for the best oral presentation, with consideration of the applicant’s track record.
UTS Vice Chancellor's Research Leadership and Development Award - finalist 2021/2022
Awarded to be a mid-career researcher (approximately 5-15 years post PhD) who displays evidence of being a research leader and champion of research development.
UTS Vice Chancellor's Early Career Research Excellence Award - finalist 2020
Awarded for outstanding research conducted by an individual early career researcher by the University of Technology Sydney.
BUPA Foundation Emerging Health Researcher - Commendation 2020
Offered once a year, this award recognises the valuable contribution early career researchers (no more than 5 years post PhD) make toward improving health outcomes for all Australians
Johnson & Johnson Maternal Health Quickfire Challenge - finalist 2020
The goal of the Maternal Health QuickFire Challenge is to discover solutions aimed to help mothers survive and prevent adverse consequences from pregnancy and childbirth.
The Most Innovative Technology - Institute for Biomedical Materials and Devices (IBMD) Annual Conference 2019
The University of Technology Sydney Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology selected our novel diagnostic biomarkers for preeclampsia for this award.
Invent NI (Life and Health Sciences category) - miCARE Technologies 2018
Invent is an annual competition that showcases and rewards local innovations and proof of concept ideas that have the greatest commercial potential.
The best presentation - Irish Radiation Research Society (2011)
The Irish Radiation Research Society (IRRS) is an all Ireland nonprofit organisation for researchers in the field of ionising and non ionising radiation. Work presented from my PhD project on FKBPL's role in targeting radiation-resistant cancer stem cells received the award for the best oral PhD student presentation during the annual conference.