Prizes

The School of Molecular Bioscience, the Faculty of Science and industry affiliates offer a number of prizes to both undergraduate and postgraduate students majoring in the School's disciplines or participating in the honours program. A partial list is given below. For more details on these and other prizes, contact the Student Administration Office

Allman Prize Awarded annually to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the first year of the Master of Nutrition & Dietetics.

Australian Society for Microbiology Prize Awarded annually to the student majoring in Microbiology with the best overall performance.

Bioline (Aust) Prize Awarded annually to the student/s with the greatest proficiency in Introductory Molecular Biology and Genetics.

Fineline Prize Awarded annually to the student/s with the greatest proficiency in Introductory Molecular Biology and Genetics.

G. S. Caird Scholarship in Biochemistry Awarded annually to Biochemistry student/s who demonstrate the greatest proficiency in Intermediate Biochemistry.

Interpath Services Prize Awarded annually to the student/s with the greatest proficiency in Introductory Molecular Biology and Genetics.

Janssen-Cilag Prize Awarded annually to the student enrolled in Honours in Microbiology with the best overall performance.

Katherine Low Memorial Prize Awarded annually to the student enrolled in Intermediate Microbiology with the best overall performance.

Life Technologies/ Thermo Fisher Prize Awarded annually to the student/s with the greatest proficiency in Introductory Molecular Biology and Genetics.

Nestlé Australia - Uncle Toby's Food Prize Awarded annually to the student/s who demonstrate the greatest proficiency in Senior Nutrition.

Roslyn Flora Goulston Prize for Biochemistry Awarded annually to the student who demonstrates the greatest proficiency in 24 credit points of Senior Biochemistry.

Slade Prize in Intermediate Biochemistry Awarded annually to Biochemistry student/s who demonstrate the greatest proficiency in Intermediate Biochemistry.

The Jo Rogers Memorial Prize Awarded annually to the student with the highest aggregate mark in the final year of the Master of Nutrition & Dietetics.

2M Vending Prize Awarded annually to the student/s with the greatest proficiency in Introductory Molecular Biology and Genetics.