Seth Masters-Achievements

Seth Masters-Achievements

Significant awards 

2014 Milstein Award, International Cytokine and Interferon Society
2013 International Society of Systemic Autoinflammatory Diseases, Young Investigator Award
2012 Switchgear Genomics miRNA target validation grant winner
2011 Arthritis National Research Foundation: Interleukin-1 Conference Travel Grant
2010 Finalist, Medimmune Respiratory Immunology and Autoimmunity Research competition
2009 NIH Group Merit Award as part of the Translational Auto-inflammatory Disease Group. In recognition of outstanding collaborative work resulting in the discovery of DIRA.

Significant grants and funding 

2014-16 CIA Project Grant 1057815: NLRP1 and Toxoplasma, NHMRC
2013 Research Grant, Diabetes Australia
2012-2014 Innovation Fellow, veski
2011-13 CIB Project Grant 1008131: Wdr1 regulates IL-18 production, NHMRC
2012 Establishment Grant, Ramaciotti Foundation

Service to the community 

2013 veski schools symposium, talk to rural high school students (Victorian Endowment of Science Knowledge and Innovation)
2012 Tall Poppy Award winners discussion with secondary school students (Australian Institute of Policy and Science)
2012 The Melbourne School of Graduate Research workshop for start of career researchers, and considering careers in academia