Australian Society for Parasitology Prize

Each year the ANU College of Science may offer prize(s) known as the Australian Society for Parasitology Prize ("ASP").

The objective of the prize are to award Australian Universities identified as offering a suitable course or courses in parasitology, for presentation to the best undergraduate student in parasitology who has achieved the highest mark/grade.  The course(s) must be taught by a financial member of the ASP of more than one year standing and must comprise at least 30% parasitology.

Offered by ANU College of Science

Overview

Each year the ANU College of Science may offer prize(s) known as the Australian Society for Parasitology Prize ("ASP").

The objective of the prize are to award Australian Universities identified as offering a suitable course or courses in parasitology, for presentation to the best undergraduate student in parasitology who has achieved the highest mark/grade.  The course(s) must be taught by a financial member of the ASP of more than one year standing and must comprise at least 30% parasitology.

The prize will be on offer from year to year on request to the Australian Society for Parasitology. Funding for this prize has been provided by the Australian Society for Parasitology.

Details of prizes including eligibility and Conditions of Award are subject to change without notice.

Previous winners

Year Name
2018 Daniel Song-Xiao Yu
2017 Fiona Jayne Lewis
2017 Arti Medhavy
2016 Rachael Hannah Mitterfellner
2015 Alexandra Green
2015 Alexander Worrell
2014 Phillipa Knowler
2013 Emily Grant