The Ramaciotti Foundations are collectively one of the largest private contributors to biomedical research in Australia, and have granted more than $52.5 million to research projects since 1970.
For over 40 years the Foundations have had a significant impact on scientific research in Australia and the health and wellbeing of people worldwide.
The 2013 Ramaciotti Awards were announced on Tuesday, 15 October. Information on the 2014 Awards will be available on this site in early 2014. If you would like to be notified when applications open please email email@example.com
At the 2013 Ramaciotti Awards more than $2.2 million was granted through the Ramaciotti Medal, the Ramaciotti Biomedical Research Award and 17 Establishment and Equipment Grants.
The prestigious Ramaciotti Medal for Excellence in Biomedical Research went to Prof Douglas Hilton, director of Walter and Eliza Hall Institute and head of the Department of Medical Biology at the University of Melbourne. Prof Hilton received the medal and $50,000 for his discoveries in blood cell production.View a short film about Prof Douglas Hilton
Centenary Institute's Cytometry research program (CyTOF), led by Professor Barbara Fazekas de St Groth and Dr Adrian Smith in collaboration with Professor Nicholas King from University of Sydney, is the recipient of the bi-annual $1million Ramaciotti Biomedical Research Award.
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