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Past Awards

In 2023 S&E Research grants were awarded to –

Gabriella Pennings (ANZAC Research Institute/Sydney Local Health District)
Mechanism/s of acute IL-1β release from platelets

Yvonne Kong (Charles Perkins Centre, University of Sydney)
Role of altered platelet and megakaryocyte calcium flux in myeloproliferative neoplasms: contributions to thrombosis and myelofibrosis

Travel grants were awarded to Yvonne Kong, Hannah Stevens, Simone Brysland and Christine Lee.

In 2022 S&E research grants have been awarded to –

Cherry Keragala (Monash University, Vic)
Fibrinolysis on Membranous Oxygenation (FOMO) pilot study: Evaluating the temporal changes in fibrinolysis in patients on Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO)

Sonali Gnanenthiran (The George Institute for Global Health, NSW)
Repurposing low-dose colchicine in older populations as a therapeutic agent to reduce platelet activation and inflammation (CO-OPERATE): a pilot trial.

Dianne Van Der Wal (Australian Red Cross Lifeblood R&D, NSW)
The role of glycans in clearance of procoagulant platelet microparticles

Travel grants were awarded to Simone Brysland, Marc Ellis, Aster Pijning and Mark Schreuder who all attended the ISTH meeting in London

In 2021 S&E research grants have been awarded to –

Jessica Maclean-(Heart Research Institute)
Towards improved thrombolytic therapy for stroke: A role for GPVI?

Lisa Lincz- (Calvary Mater Newcastle)
Establishing a screening test for complement mediated lysis to help diagnose atypical haemolytic uremic syndrome

Travel grants were awarded to Aster Pijning and Mark Screuder

No awards were made in 2020.

In 2019 S&E research grants have been awarded to –

Abbey Willcox -(Australian Centre for Blood Diseases)
A novel therapy for idiopathic pulmonary hypertension with recombinant endothelial-targeted CD39 (NTPDase1)

David Rabbolini- (Lismore Base Hospital)
Platelet Function Testing using 96-well plate-based aggregometry (OPTIMUL) for Patients with Undiagnosed Bleeding Disorders in Regional Australia

Travel grants were awarded to Esam Gaiz, Lining Ju, Helena Liang and Jessica Mclean

In 2018 S&E research grants were awarded to

Shauna French (Monash University)-
Does the amount of PAR4 on the platelet surface regulate thrombosis?

Samantha Monatgue (ANU)-
New bio-optical approaches to studying the regulation behind fibrin/GPVI role in thrombus formation

Travel grants were awarded to Diane van Der Wal, who attended the Gordon Research Congress- Hemostasis in Boston; Liz Duncan, who attended the WFH Congress in Glasgow; Samantha Monatgue, who attended SSC, ISTH in Dublin and then visited the Institute of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research at Reading University, UK and Sarah Luu, who attended APSTH Sapporo and underwent training at Fondazione IRCCS Policlinico San Matteo, Pavia, Italy.

In 2017 S&E research grants were awarded to

Caroline Reddel-
Research Project- Fibrinolysis is enhanced by remote ischaemic preconditioning in coronary artery disease patients

David Rabbolini-
Research Project- Optimising care of patients with platelet-related disorders- integrating discrete research platforms into routine clinical practice

Travel grants to attend ISTH were awarded to Caroline Reddel, Roxane Darbusset, Marie-Christine Morel-Kopp, Tian Jiayin, Josh Casan and David Connor.

In 2016 S&E research grants were awarded to

Mr Almottesembellah Gaiz, School of Medical Science,Griffith University, QLD
Research Project- Anthocyanin as an alternative to Aspirin may reduce thrombotic complication of CVD in patients with diabetes

Dr Jasmine Tay, WACTH, Murdoch Univeristy
Research Project- Validation of oestrogen‐responsive miRNAs, miR‐494‐3p and miR‐365a‐3p targeting haemostatic factors
Protein S and tissue factor as markers of pregnancy‐associated thrombotic risk in human plasma samples

In 2015 S&E travel grants were awarded to

Imala Awis, Noel Chan, Arnold Lining Ju and Marie-Christine Morel-Kopp

In 2014 a S&E research grant were awarded to

Dr Ashwini Arumugaswamy, Monash Health, Victoria
Research Project- Neutrophil extracellular traps: Their role in acute venous thromboembolism, sickle cell crisis and myeloproliferative neoplasms

In 2013 S&E travel grants were awarded to

Philip Choi, Brian Dale and Jasmine Tay

In 2010 a S&E travel grant was awarded to

Brian Dale

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