Best Clinical / Translational Science Award
recipient: Saliu Balogun
'Prospective Associations of Low Muscle Mass and Function with 10-year Falls risk, Incident Fracture and Mortality in Community-Dwelling Older Adults.’
Pictured: Saliu Balogun and Prof Gustavo Duque
Best Poster Award
Recipient: Esmee Reijnierse
Esmee Reijnierse’s research is focused on sarcopenia, low muscle mass as a result of ageing. Loss of muscle mass with increasing chronological age is influenced by physical activity, nutrition and disease.
Pictured: Professor Gustavo Duque, left; Esmee Reijnierse, middle; Professor Andrea Maier, right
Best Biomedical Sciences Award
Recipient: Jonathan Davey
'Integrated transcriptome/proteome analyses of skeletal muscle growth: novel regulators of muscle attributes, and potential implications for sarcopenia.'
– J Davey, K Watt, B Parker, R Chaudhuri, J Ryall, L Cunningham, H Qian, V Sartorelli, M Sandri, J Chamberlain, D James, P Gregorevic
Most Published Member of AIMSS | 2016
Recipient: Dr David Scott
Presented at the inaugural Australian and New Zealand Conference on Sarcopenia and Frailty, 11-12 November 2016.