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NHMRC grant success for ViCBiostat CIs

Congratulations to Julie Simpson (CIA project grant, Senior Research Fellowship), Andrew Forbes (CIA project grant) and Kate Lee (CIA project grant) who were all awarded as principal investigators methodology project grants.
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Jess wins "Best Free Paper" prize at ACTA 2015 Symposium

Jessica Kasza won the "Best Free Paper" prize at the recent ACTA 2015 Clinical Trials Symposium, held in Sydney from 7-10 October. The $1000 prize was for a talk entitled "Missing outcomes due to death: survivor average causal effects". Congratulations Jess.
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Congratulations Cattram

Cattram Nguyen is pictured here with ViCBiostat supervisors, Prof John Carlin and Dr Katherine Lee at her recent PhD graduation at Melbourne University. Some of Cattram's colleagues also went along to help her celebrate this wonderful achievement.
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John Carlin receives AEA mentoring award

Congratulations to Chief Investigator John Carlin who was awarded the Australasian Epidemiological Association Mentoring Award, 2015.
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Paper awarded the 2015 Distinguished Article in Health Communication from the National Communication Association, US.

An article published in the American Journal of Public Health on "The impact of tobacco control policies and mass media campaigns on monthly adult smoking prevalence" which was co-authored by ViCBiostat Chief Investigator Associate Professor Julie Simpson with collaborators from The Cancer Council of Victoria has been awarded the 2015 Distinguished Article in Health Communication from the National Communication Association in the United States.
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Paper co-authored by ViCBiostat lead investigator John Carlin named in BMJ “Top 20 papers”

To mark the 20th anniversary of The BMJ’s website, the journal asked 20 readers, authors, friends, and former colleagues to name an outstanding article published since the mid-1990s.
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