Provided by the Kellion Foundation and the ADS for an Australian who has made an outstanding contribution in diabetes research, clinical or service areas in Australia. The recipient of the Award delivers the Kellion Plenary Lecture at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting.
Previous Winners of the Kellion Award
This is a one year ‘bridging’ fellowship sponsored by the Australian Diabetes Society and is awarded to an ADS member who is not more than 5 years beyond their post doctoral studies. This award is in honorary of the late Skip Martin and the recipient must present their work at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting.
The Australian Diabetes Society provides the ADS Pincus Taft Young Investigator Awards that is awarded annually to a junior member who presents the best oral presentation at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting. The following have been awarded since the year 2000 however the award has been presented for many years prior to this.
2012: Stephen Gray
2011: Jeng-Yie Chan
2010: David Pedersen
2009: Mark McKenzie
2008: Brian Drew, Nicole Wong
2007: Jason Chung
2006: Anna Calkin
2005: Kathryn Aston-Mourney
2004: Georgia Frangioudakis, Kylie McLauchlan
2003: Spiros Fourlanos
2002: Fiona Lee
2001: Seng Khee Gan
2000: Matthew Oldfield
The Australian Diabetes Society provides the ADS Presidents Award that is awarded annually to a junior member who presents the best oral clinical presentation at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting. The inaugural ADS Presidents Award was presented in 2011.
2012: Constance Yap
2011: Raymond Davey
This award is provided by the Australian Diabetes Society and is awarded to an ADS member/s for the best basic science poster in diabetes research given at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting.
2012: Greg Kowalski, Maria Stathopoulos
2011: Jiun Low, Rebecca Stokes
2010: Kim Cheng, Lindsay Wu
2009: Fay Lin Khong, Sarah Turpin
2008: Michelle Fryirs, Lisa Wing-Yee Lo
2007: Timo Kanzleiter
2006: David Liuwantara, Amanda Preston
This award is provided by the Australian Diabetes Society and is awarded to an ADS member/s for the best diabetes clinical research poster given at the ADS Annual Scientific Meeting.
2012: Belinda Brooks, Rosie Worsley
2011: Belinda Brooks, Raymond Davey
2010: Gerard Chew, Christopher Yates
2009: Shilpa Verma, Anna Lih
2008: Hung Nguyen, Jencia Wong
2007: Spiros Fourlanos
2006: Lionel Chan, Christine Rodda
This prize is provided by the Australian Diabetes Society and is awarded to an ADS member for their valuable participation and contribution given at the annual John R. Turtle Diabetes Clinical Skills Training Course.
2012: No Winner
2011: No Winner
2010: No Winner
2009: No Winner
2008: Emily Gianatti
2007: Sandi Staermose
2006: Merryn Thomae
2005: Kenneth Ho
2004: Ann McCormack, John Wentworth
2003: Andrea Cussons
These grants have been made possible by the generosity of Servier Laboratories Australia which has strongly supported the National Diabetes Strategies for many years.
2011: Louise Burrell, Stephen Colagiuri, Timothy Davis
2010: Wah Cheung, Yoon Hi Cho, Helen Edwards, John Furler, Alicia Jenkins, Sophia Zoungas
2009: Melanie Burkhardt, Fergus Cameron, Jeff Flack, John Furler
2008: N Wah Cheung, Meaghan L Douglas, Trisha Dunning, William Hague, Sheila Patel, Sophia Zoungas
This is a new grant scheme and has been made possible by the generosity of Sanofi Diabetes Australia. The grants will be for clinical projects that provide improved health outcomes to Australians suffering from diabetes and/or their ability to fill gaps in scientific knowledge.
2012: Laima Brazionis, Sybil McAuley.
This grant was funded by the Australian Diabetes Society and provided to the Diabetes Australia Research Trust for the ADS DART Award.
2013: Ann Simpson (The 2012 ADS-Skip Martin DART Award was jointly funded by ADS and Skip Martin's Estate)
2012: Phillip Kantharidis (The 2012 ADS-Skip Martin DART Award was jointly funded by ADS and Skip Martin's Estate)
2011: Susan McLennan
2010: Matthew Watt
Not yet awarded.
The inaugural Inspirational Journeys award program unearthed five ‘unsung heroes’ from among Australia’s dedicated diabetes healthcare professionals. The program, a collaboration among Diabetes Australia, the Australian Diabetes Educators Association, Australian Diabetes Society and Eli Lilly Australia, recognises the contribution of multiple disciplines working together to improve diabetes health outcomes.