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ISCB 2017 - Vigo, Spain

ViCBiostat PhD students and researchers recently presented their methodological research at the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics Conference 2017, Vigo, Spain.

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Karen Lamb named as a 2017 Superstar of STEM

ViCBiostat alumni member Dr Karen Lamb has been named as one of the '2017 Superstars of STEM'.
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ViCBiostat delivers short course in Bangkok.

Prof. Julie Simpson and Dr Margarita Moreno Betancur delivered a ViCBiostat short course with A/Prof Ronald Geskus in May in Bangkok,
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Congratulations Andrew Forbes - ATACAS named 2017 Trial of the Year

At the recent ACTA awards, Trial of the Year was awarded to the Aspirin and Tranexamic Acid for Coronary Artery Surgery (ATACAS) Trial.
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Damjan Vukcevic's paper makes the headlines

Damjan recently co-presented a paper at the Actuaries Summit titled "Thinking about life insurance through a genetic lens" that summarised the latest genetics research and what impact it might have on the life insurance industry.
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Sam Brilleman receives ISCB student award

Big congratulations to Sam Brilleman, recipient of a Student Conference Award at the 38th ISCB Annual Conference taking place 9–13 July 2017 in Vigo, Spain. Great effort Sam. Well done.
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ISCB ASC 2018 - SAVE THE DATE

ISCB ASC 2018, the 24th Australian Statistical Conference (ASC) and the 39th conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatistics (ISCB), will take place at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre on August 26-30, 2018.
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Sophie awarded ARC early career research award

Congratulations to ViCBiostat postdoc Dr Sophie Zaloumis who was awarded an Australian Research Council Discovery Early Career Research Award (2017-19) for $345,491.

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Early Career Researcher Grant for Elasma Milanzi

Congratulations to Elasma for successfully obtaining an Early Career Researcher Grant from the University of Melbourne.
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Early Career Researcher Grant for Emily Karahalios

Congratulations to Emily for successfully obtaining an Early Career Researcher Grant from the University of Melbourne.
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