Associate Professor Sarah Vreugde
Sarah is the Chief Research Scientist for the Department of Otolaryngology (The University of Adelaide) since July 2011, working closely together with Prof Wormald. A/Prof Vreugde graduated with Highest Distinction as a Medical Doctor from the Brussels University (VUB) in Belgium in 1994. She subsequently specialised in ENT at the same university. She obtained her PhD degree in molecular biology (Tel Aviv University, Israel) in 2002. During her PhD, she cloned and phenotyped human and mouse genes that cause hereditary hearing loss. During her subsequent work at the DIBIT research centre in Milan, she investigated the role of unconventional myosins in RNA polymerase II dependent transcription.
|Other GPRWMF awards received by awardee||Year|
|Conjoint Grant||A novel treatment for S. aureus recalcitrant chronic rhinosinusitis||2019|