Alyssa Barry-Achievements

Alyssa Barry-Achievements

Researcher: 

Most significant awards 

2011-16 Craven and Shearer Award, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute, Australia

2007 Howard Florey Centenary Fellowship, NHMRC, Australia

2006 Innovation Fellowship, Victorian Endowment for Science Knowledge and Innovation (veski)

2002 Merit Award - Department of Zoology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK

2000 Howard Florey Postdoctoral Fellowship, Royal Society, UK and National Health and Medical Research Council, Australia

 

Most significant grants and funding 

2012-14 Project Grant 10027108: Mapping Plasmodium falciparum population structure and the source of outbreaks in Papua New Guinea, National Health and Medical Research Council

2011-13  Project Grant 1010069: Population genomics of Plasmodium vivax in Papua New Guinea, National Health and Medical Research Council

2011-13 Project Grant 1005653: Var gene diversity and naturally acquired immunity to malaria, National Health and Medical Research Council

2010-12 Project Grant: Population biology and Epidemiology of two newly identified malaria species, Wellcome Trust

2008-10 Project Grant 488211: Population Genomics of Plasmodium falciparum Surface Antigen Genes, National Health and Medical Research Council

 

Service to the community 

Innovation Fellow, veski (Victorian Endowment for Science Knowledge and Innovation)

Asia Pacific Malaria Elimination Network

International Centres for Excellence in Malaria Research (SW Pacific)