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Ms Dragana Dragoljevic

BMS (Hons)

I completed my Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences (BMS) at Monash University in Clayton. I then chose to complete my Honours degree at the Baker Institute in Jaye Chin-Dusting’s laboratory, after which I started to work as a research assistant under Associate Professor Andrew Murphy for about 6 months. I was awarded an Australian Postgraduate Award to begin a PhD in Andrew’s Haematopoiesis and Leukocyte Biology Laboratory at the Baker Institute. I was also fortunate enough to be awarded a Bright Sparks Top Up scholarship from 2015.

Awards

  • First place student oral presentation prize, Australian Atherosclerosis Society (AAS) Annual Scientific Meeting (2016)
  • Travel grant recipient for the Australian Atherosclerosis Society meeting (2016)
  • Second place oral presentation award, Central Clinical School (CCS) postgraduate symposium (2016)
  • Travel grant recipient for the 4th international congress on Lipid Metabolism & Atherosclerosis (ICLA) (2015)
  • First place student oral presentation prize, Australian Atherosclerosis Society (AAS), State of the Heart annual meeting (2014)

Achievements

  • Baker Institute Bright Sparks Top Up Scholarship (2015– )
  • Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) Scholarship (2014– )

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