Congratulations to Dr Sarah Bernhardt and Amita Ghadge for receiving ASMR Awards!
The 2020 SA Annual Scientific Meeting of the Australian Society for Medical Research (ASMR) held a virtual meeting over November 9th and 10th. Two researchers in Associate Professor Wendy Ingman’s Breast Biology and Cancer Unit, based at the Basil Hetzel Institute, TQEH, were awarded prizes for their presentations. Postdoctoral researcher Dr Sarah Bernhardt won the Ross Wishart Memorial Award for her talk titled “The impact of menstrual cycling on precision medicine for premenopausal breast cancer patients”, while PhD student Amita Ghadge won the Robinson Research Institute Prize for her talk titled “Deposition of adipose tissue during puberty alters mammary cancer risk in adulthood”. The Ross Wishart Memorial Award is given to the person who delivers the most outstanding presentation at the SA division’s Annual Scientific Meeting. It is named in memory of Ross Wishart, a scientist and long-term member of the SA ASMR committee. [photo L-R: Amita Ghadge and Dr Sarah Bernhardt].