Joanna Groom-Achievements

Joanna Groom-Achievements

Researcher: 

Most significant awards

2014 Craven & Shearer Award, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

2013 Travel Award, Kyoto T cell Conference

2012 Early Career Travel Grant, Cass Foundation

2010 Postdoctoral International Travel Award, Australasian Society for Immunology

2006 Travel Award, Australian Cooperative Research Centre for Asthma

1999 Colman Speed Honours Award, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute 

Most significant grants and funding

2014 Future Fellow, Australian Research Council

2014 Project Grant, National Health and Medical Research Council

2013 Project Grant, National Health and Medical Research Council

2008 CJ Martin Fellow, National Health and Medical Research Council

Service to the community 

Chair, Gordon Research Seminar, Chemotactic Cytokines, Vermont USA

Chair, New Technologies Symposia, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

Member, Education Committee, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

Mentor, Biomedical Mentoring Program, The University of Melbourne