James Murphy - Achievements

James Murphy - Achievements

Selected achievements

Awards

2020-2024 National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grant

2016-9 National Health and Medical Research Council RD Wright (Biomedical; Tier 2) Career Development Fellowship

2016 Erskine Fellowship, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

2014 Seminar prize, Walter and Eliza Hall Institute

2011-2014 Future Fellowship, Australian Research Council

 

Grants

2017-2019 Project Grant (x2), National Health and Medical Research Council

2017-2019 FSHD Global Therapeutic Tender (Blewitt, Murphy, Burns)

2016-2019 Project Grant (Blewitt, Murphy, Czabotar, Ritchie), National Health and Medical Research Council

2015-2017 Grant-in-aid (Murphy, Alvarez-Diaz, Ernst), Cancer Council Victoria

2014-2016 Project Grant (x2) National Health and Medical Research Council

 

Service to the community

2019-2021 Chair, Biochemical Society Kinases and Pseudokinases Harden Conference, May 2021, UK

2017-2019 Marsden Fund of the Royal Society Te Apārangi of Aotearoa New Zealand, Cellular and Molecular Physiology Panel member

2017- Editorial board, Journal of Biological Chemistry

2016- Associate Editor, Biochemical Society Transactions

2014, 2017, 2019, 2020 Grant Review Panel member, National Health and Medical Research Council

Super Content: 
Burnet Prize winners

Cell death researcher Associate Professor James Murphy and cancer researcher Dr Gemma Kelly are joint winners of the 2017 Burnet Prize, the Institute's top science prize.