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Our Β£500 Researcher Prize winner of September πŸ†



Sparrho awards Β£500 to PhD students and postdocs to attend an academic conference of their choice. Today we introduce our September winner for the Sparrho Early Career Researcher Prize - congratulations to Lap Hing Chi (Leo)!

Lap Hing Chi Leo will present at the 9th Barossa Meeting 2019 - Cell Signalling in Cancer Medicine from 12th - 15th November 2019 in Barossa Valley, Adelaide, Australia. πŸ‡¦πŸ‡Ί

Leo is a PhD student at Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute, Australia, studying human genetics and how they affect our chances of developing a disorder. He convinced the Sparrho jury with his pinboard submission:

β€œActivating BMP4 signalling to stop the spread of breast cancer”.

Leo applied for Sparrho's Researcher Prize before and he was shortlisted as one of the Top 5 candidates in August - hats off to your determination, Leo! πŸŽ©πŸ‘

He has also collaborated with our editorial team on our latest 3-min Digest: "The switch that can hold breast cancer at bay".

Are you a PhD or postdoc keen to share your research at a conference? Learn more about the Β£500 Sparrho Researcher Prize.


 

Big cheers to our four runner ups of September who will receive some of our sweet Sparrho swag πŸ™Œ

Putting the pieces together: Collage in the treatment of trauma by Anila Babla

Global Patterns of Continental Uplift: Insights from Fossil Data by Victoria Milanez Fernandes

Can we modify the Mediterranean diet for non-Mediterranean populations? by Alexandra Wade

Inducing Neural Plasticity Using Electrical Stimulation: Post-Stroke Treatment by Sahba Mobini


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