The Dewar-Milne Prize in Immunology

The Dewar Milne Prize in Immunology is awarded annually for the most outstanding PhD thesis in the field of Immunology submitted in the John Curtin School of Medical Research at the Australian National University. The award, consists of a monetary prize. The purpose of the Dewar Milner Prize is to encourage PhD students in the School to strive for excellence.

2015

Dr Alvin Pratama

2013

Dr Candice Lee

Understanding pathogenic and physiological T follicular helper cell formation

2012

Dr John Altin

On the regulation of T helper Type 2 (Th2) responses

2011

Platelets: Their exploitation and elimination

2010

Immunodeficiency caused by DOCK8 mutation in Primurus mice

2009

Dr Michelle Linterman

Roquin controls germinal center formation and tolerance

2008

Analysis of Th2-mediated immune responses to tumours

2007

Dr Di Yu

Biomarkers of T cell help to germinal centre B cells

2006

Dr Amanda de Mestre

Regulation of Heparanase Expression in T Lymphocytes and Tumour Cells

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