2010 Biomedical Science 4th Year Case Study Presentations and Awards
The Bachelor of Biomedical Science student presentations and awards were held on June 3rd 2010 in Human Life Sciences. Approximately 40 students, staff and representatives from pathology laboratories around Tasmania attended the very enjoyable and successful evening. The standard of the presentations was excellent, with Glenn Thomas receiving the award for Best Oral Presentation. Angie Jackson was the recipient of the Best Poster. These awards were kindly sponsored by Diagnostic Services Pty Ltd (DSPL) and the Northern Tasmania Pathology Service. HLS is very appreciative of the support of all sponsors for these prizes.
|Diagnostic Services Pty Ltd & Northern Tasmanian Pathology Service Best Case Study Presentation Awarded for best case study presented in Medical Laboratory Practice 3||Glenn Thomas|
|Diagnostic Services Pty Ltd & Northern Tasmanian Pathology Service Best Case Study Poster Awarded for best case study poster in Medical Laboratory Practice 3||Angelina Jackson|
|Diagnostic Services Prize Awarded for demonstrating overall excellence in the Bachelor of Biomedical Science||Lauren Franks|
|AACB Prize Awarded for most outstanding graduate in Clinical Chemistry||Natasha Betts|
|Australian Institute of Medical Scientists - F.J. Brown Prize Awarded for highest proficiency in third year of Bachelor of Biomedical Science||Natasha Betts|
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Gary Peace Memorial Prize Awarded for being the most improved 2nd year student in Bachelor of Biomedical Science
|AIMS Derek Smith Memorial Prize Awarded for being the best student in first year Bachelor of Biomedical Science||Natasha Budgeon|
Awarded for most outstanding graduate in Haematology
Dr Murray Adams
Bachelor of Biomedical Science
Lauren Franks receiving the the DSPL Prize
for Overall Excellence in Biomedical Science
from Paul Stancombe of Launceston Pathology.
Pei Vern Fong and Fiona Hosie receiving the AIMS FJ Brown Prize
for Best Third Year Students from Richard Hanlon of AIMS.
Authorised by the Head of Human Life Sciences
27 April, 2015