AVS AWARDS 2017 WINNERS
AVS9 Travel Scholarships ($500) defray cost of attending meeting
Daniel Enosi Tuiuplotu
Griffith Institute of Glycomics Student Oral Poster, $500.
Keaton Crosse. The host antiviral protein viperin positively augments the innate immune response against DNA viruses.
Griffith Institute of Glycomics Student Poster, $500.
Orion Tong. Plasmacytoid dendritic cells: responses to HIV during initial infection.
Griffiths Institute of Glycomics Student Poster, $500.
Svenja Fritzlar. MNV manipulates the surface expression of MHC class I proteins.
American, ASM Student Poster Prize, $300 (voucher for ASM books).
Chelsea Gerada. Varicella zoster virus ORF63 inhibits apoptosis in both human neuronal and keratinocyte cell lines and changes its localisation upon apoptosis induction.
ASM Poster award(non-student), $400 (including ASM membership , 2018)
Andril Slonchak (2 posters). Discovery, characterisation and functional analysis of novel WNV-derived small non-coding RNAs; Role of non-coding RNAs in the 3’UTR of ZIKV
And 1 oral: Systems biology and small RNAs in exosomes from WNV-infected cells (overall theme of small RNA’s and Flaviviruses)
ASM Oral award (non-student), $400 (including ASM membership, 2018).
Rebecca Ambrose. Characterisation of a novel inhibitor of the IRF3-independent antivral immune response.
ViiV Healthcare Student Award. $1000
ViiV Healthcare Student Award. $500
Daniel Rawle (Poster)
ViiV Healthcare Postdoc Award. $500
AVS Student Award – cosponsored by ASM, $1000
AVS Rising Star Award - co-sponsored by ASM, $1000.
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