Daphne Jackson Trust 2022 Conference – Competition Winners
During our Daphne Jackson Trust 2022 Conference, “Overcoming Barriers and Making an Impact”, we held two iconic competitions. Read below to see an outline of our competitions and the winners of these prestigious awards!
Five Minute Fellow
The Five Minute Fellow section of our conference was to host an entertaining and engaging session, giving delegates an insight into how a Daphne Jackson Fellowship changes the lives of our Fellows. Six former Fellows took to the podium to use just two slides and a strict 5 minutes to say what their Fellowship has done for them! Chaired by Professor Dame Athene Donald FRS, the audience voted for…
Dr Rebecca McFadden. Team Leader Space Situational Awareness, Deimos Space UK, University of Oxford.
Dr Katie Perry, Chief Executive, Daphne Jackson Trust, 5 minute Fellow Winner, Rebecca McFadden and Chair Vivienne Parry OBE.
Fellows’ Poster Competition
The poster competition forms an essential component of the conference, and is an opportunity for our Fellows to showcase their incredible work. Huge thanks to the poster competition judges, who always have a difficult task on their hands due to the variety and quality of the posters and objects from the Fellows.
The Winner of the poster competition was…
Dr Alexandra Karamitrou, University of Southampton, NERC. Her project is entitled “Detection of ancient and modern-era shipwrecks before they become environmental hazards”.
With Highly Commended Poster awards given to:
Dr Jay Biernaskie, John Innes Centre, BBSRC and JIC.
Dr Kirsty Roberts, Liverpool John Moores University, British Heart Foundation.
Dr Naomi Dyer, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, BBSRC.
Dr Sobia Ashraf, University College London, Royal Society of Chemistry and EPSRC.
A new feature for this year’s conference are presentations of iconic objects which are related to the Fellows’ research.
Congratulations to Object Winner…
Dr Shannon Fowler, University of Roehampton, London, NERC and University of Roehampton. Shannon’s research project is entitled “Unravelling the mysteries of how elderly seabirds keep flying, diving, thriving when they should be retiring: the effects of ageing on the physiology, behaviour, and ecology of a long-lived seabird” .
With a Highly Commended object award given to:
Dr Jayshree Ahire, University of East Anglia, Royal Society of Chemistry and University of East Anglia.
Congratulations to all competition winners, and huge thanks to all our participants.
You can read more about the conference here.
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