Winners of Past Awards


APEG Young Investigator Awards

This award is presented at the annual scientific meeting of APEG to the best scientific presentation by an APEG member who are within 5 years of completing their FRACP (or equivalent).

The award is made on the advice of a committee, which consists of 5 people appointed by APEG Council. Candidates are assessed according to their project’s scientific merit and originality, the clarity of their presentation and their response to questions from the audience.

Past Young Investigator Award Recipients

1996 Glenelg Christine Burren
1997 Bondi Maria Craig
1998 Perth Michelle Jack
1999 Coolum Esko Wiltshire
2000 Sydney Craig Jefferies
2001 Southport Craig Munns
2002 Darwin / Kakadu Kristen Neville
2003 Melbourne Elaine Tham
2004 Auckland Louise Conwell
2005 Lyon
2006 Hobart Ann Maguire
2007 Broome Michelle O’Connell and Rochelle Ryan
2008 Canberra Peter Simm
2009 Coolum Shihab Hameed
2010 Adelaide Paul Benitez-Aguirre
2011 Perth Natasha Heather
2012 Queenstown Jacqueline Hewitt
2013 Sydney Carmel Smart
2014 Darwin Benjamin Albert
2014 Darwin Vinutha Shetty
2015 Brisbane Stephanie Johnson
2016 Alice Springs Quynh-Nhu Nguyen

 


APEG Medal Winners

Robert Vines Medal for Clinical Excellence in Paediatric Endocrinology Norman Wettenhall Medal for Research and Innovation
2006     Mike Thomsett 2007     Garry Warne
2008     Martin Silink 2009     George Werther
2010     Jenny Couper 2011     Tim Jones
2012     Neville Howard 2013     Wayne Cutfield
2014     Chris Cowell 2015     Kim Donaghue
2016      Margaret Zacharin

 


Nursing Development Grant Winners

2016  No grant awarded
2015 Shannon Reakes, The Canberra Hospital, ACT
2014 Alison Gwiazdzinski, Women and Children’s Hospital, SA
2013 Irene Mitchellhill, Sydney Children’s Hospital, NSW
2012 Karen Shah, Royal Children’s Hospital, QLD
2011 Bin Moore, The Children’s Hospital at Westmead, NSW