|David de Kretser Prize|
The David de Kretser Prize for our top developmental biology student is a prize of $1000, awarded annually to the student who has the highest aggregate mark for units DEV2011, DEV2022, DEV3011 and DEV3022. These units are on offer to our Science and Biomedical Science students in 2nd and 3rd year. In addition to this monetary award, the David de Kretser prize will be recognised on the student's academic transcript. David de Kretser was Professor of Anatomy in Monash University's Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences from 1978 to 2005. He is currently the Governor of Victoria, and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, the Australian Academy of Science and the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering.
2012 Anatomy & Developmental Biology Awards
The following students were awarded prizes at the 2012 Department BBQ and Student Awards. Also pictured with the students is Head of Department, Professor John Bertram.
2012 Honours: BMS and Science overall top Honours student - Ms Linh Ngo (pictured below)
2012 Honours: Science top Honours student - Mr Jeremy Chi-Kei Ng (not pictured)
2012 Department of Anatomy and Developmental Biology Postgraduate Student Publication Excellence Award: Ms Jennifer Lo
2012 David de Kretser Prize: highest aggregate mark in DEV2011, DEV2022, DEV3011 and DEV3022 - Ms Laura Porter
2012 DEV2011: Early human development from cells to tissues - Mr Alexander Neav
2012 DEV2022: Principles of organ and body design - Ms Rebecca Dirago
2012 BMS1021: Cells, tissues and organisms (joint winners) - Ms Suelyn Van Den Helm, Mr Taqi Ali
2012 BMS2011: Structure of the human body (joint winners) - Ms Gopika Krishnamurthy, Ms Maggie Liu, Mr Lachlan Cook (not pictured)
2012 DEV3011: Fundamentals of developmental processes - Ms Laura Porter
2012 DEV3022: Developmental pathways to health and disease - Ms Laura Porter
2012 DEV3032: Stem cells and regeneration - Ms Laura Porter