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2014 Winning Posters

  • Veterinary Trust - Introductory Poster 1st Year-
  • Stephen Seaton for (Infestation patterns of Phoracantha semipunctata (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) corresponding with a drought-induced dieback event in native host trees in southwestern Australia).
  • School of Veterinary and Life Sciences - Ecosystem Health Prize
  • Emma Steel for Climate change, topographic and edaphic features drive canopy collapse in Mediterranean forest.
  • School of Veterinary and Life Sciences - Plant Pathology Prize -
  • Agnes Simamora for (Epidemiology of Phytophthora boodjera prov. nom., a damping-off pathogen in tree production nurseries in Western Australia).
  • Fisher Biotech  - Understanding Disease -
  • Ellie Crispe for (Bar shoes and ambient temperature are risk factors for exercise induced pulmonary haemorrhage in Thoroughbred racehorses).
  • GeneWorks  -  Excellence in Biomedical Research -
  • Maria Wenner for (The development of an in vitro cellular model of hypoxia-induced neurotoxicity).
  • School of Veterinary Sciences - Best Translational Research Poster -
  • Mazvita Chiduwa for (Species diversity and symbiotic efficiency of soybean nodulating rhizobia in previously inoculated soils
  • Perth Scientific - Best Molecular and Biomedical Science Poster -
  • Julie Gilmore for (A novel transcript of dystrophin may influence disease severity in Duchenne muscular dystrophy).
  • School of Veterinary and Life Sciences - Fisheries and Conservation
  • There are joint winners for this prize Jenny Smith/Delphine Chabanne for (Using a particle-filtering state-space model to examine habitat use in juvenile New Zealand sea lions /Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) inhabiting Perth metropolitan waters (WA): a complex population with several communities).
  • Centre for Animal Production - Animal Production Research -
  • Sarah McKinlay Stewart for (Plasma lactate at slaughter – does it relate to ultimate pH?).
  • Epichem  - Pathogens and Parasites -
  • Stephanie Hing for (Conservation Parasitology – A wormy window into the world of wildlife).
  • School of Veterinary and Life Sciences Deans Prize -
  • Sandra Corbett for (Reduce dark cutting: select for post-weaning eye muscle depth).

Fisheries and Marine Conservation

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Excellence in Biomedical Research

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Best Translational Research Poster

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