2010 Tasmanian Award Winner

Dr Jerome Staal

Neuroscience, Menzies Research Institute Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is currently a leading cause of death and disability in individuals under the age of 45 years.  The incidence of TBI is particularly high in people during the most productive years of their lives and often results in prolonged or life-long impairments in cognition and personality.  TBI…

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Dr Robert Shellie

Analytical Chemistry/Separation Science, University of Tasmania Chromatography is a technique that allows scientists to separate mixtures so that the right amount of each component in the mixture can be measured.  Most of Dr. Shellie’s research is in a specialised area of chromatography called multidimensional chromatography.  This research has given rise to sensitive approaches for the…

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