Mollie Holman Award

  • Di Cello, Jesse (Recipient)

Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)


Awarded in recognition of your outstanding doctoral thesis entitled 'Advancing The Understanding Of Opioid Receptor Biology And Function In The Enteric Nervous System.'

The Mollie Holman Award was established in 1998 and is named after the late pioneering physiologist, Emeritus Professor Mollie Holman AO, in honour of her significant contribution to science and education. Through this award, the University seeks to acknowledge and reward its doctoral candidates for both the quality of their thesis and the quality of their research. The awards are among the highest academic honours the University bestows, and mark the recipients as researchers of the highest order.