RESEARCHER  OF  THE  YEAR

Cure Cancer Australia's annual Researcher of the Year Award recognises the outstanding achievements of our early-career grant recipients. The award highlights the importance of early-career research funding and allows Cure Cancer Australia to promote these achievements to our donors and supporters.

Alumni funded by Cure Cancer Australia in the past three years are invited to nominate for the award by providing:

- A summary of their publications to date

- A  brief synopsis of their role in each publication.

- Any special achievements (prizes, awards, grants, translational/other impacts) during the previous year. 

From 2018, travel grants will be awarded to top applicants.

The nominations are reviewed and assessed by the members of the Cure Cancer Australia Research Committee. .

  Researcher of the Year 2018 is A/Prof Jyotsna Batra  from Translational Research Institute & Queensland University of Technology .

Researcher of the Year 2018 is A/Prof Jyotsna Batra from Translational Research Institute & Queensland University of Technology.

  Researcher of the Year 2015 was Dr Jason Wong from University of NSW.

Researcher of the Year 2015 was Dr Jason Wong from University of NSW.

  Researcher of the Year 2016 was A/Prof Steven Lane from QIMR Berghofer.

Researcher of the Year 2016 was A/Prof Steven Lane from QIMR Berghofer.