Please watch the awards ceremony for our recent Research Showcase below.
We would like to thank all of the sponsors for this award:
• Tim and @Joan_Block, the co-founders of the world-famous Hepatitis B Foundation in Pennsylvania, USA, friends of the forum, and extremely generous and supportive souls
• Dr. Su Wang (@Suwang88), who is the former president of the World Hepatitis Alliance, Medical Director for the Center for Asian Health at Saint Barnabas Medical Center, leadership committee member for HepBcommunity.org, primary care physician, mom, person living with Hep B, and just all-round amazing person
• Hepatitis B Foundation (@chari.cohen)– a national non-profit dedicated for the last 30 years to finding a cure and improving the quality of life for people affected by hepatitis B worldwide
• Australasian Society for HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexual Health Medicine- the peak organisation of health professionals in Australia and New Zealand who work in HIV, viral hepatitis, other BBVs and sexually transmissible infections.
• The Australian Centre for Hepatitis Virology (ACHV) – the peak body of biomedical scientists throughout Australia with the common interest of promoting and disseminating research into all aspects of the hepatitis and related viruses.
• Storr Liver Centre – which is a world-leading research centre in Western Sydney, studying all aspects of liver disease and is involved in basic, translational and clinical research.
And congratulations to our the winners:
The HepBCommunity.org Curiosity award #1 - @Moe
The HepBCommunity.org Curiosity award #2 - @EH1999
The Tim and Joan Block Curiosity award - @Catcher.007
The Su Wang Curiosity award - @Bansah1
Hepatitis B Foundation community engagement award - @availlant Andrew Vaillant, Replicor Inc, Canada
ASHM community engagement award - @jennifer.maclachlan Jennifer MacLauchlan, Doherty Institute, Australia
ACHV community engagement award - @henrikzhang Henrik Zhang, University of Sydney, Australia
Storr Liver Centre community engagement award - @Priyanka Priyanka Srinivasan, ANU Medical School, Australia
And finally, thanks to all of the participants and people who made the effort to engage.