Stephen Nutt-Achievements

Stephen Nutt-Achievements

Selected achievements


2016 Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science
2014 Eureka Prize for Scientific Research
2014 Professor, Department of Medical Biology, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health services, The University of Melbourne.
2011 Future Fellowship, Australian Research Council
2009 Jacques Miller Senior Travel Award, Australasian Society for Immunology

Grants and funding

2014-18 Program grant: Understanding the Immune System, National Health and Medical Research Council
2013-16 Project grant: Programming the Immune System, National Health and Medical Research Council
2014-18 Principal Research Fellowship, National Health and Medical Research Council
2012-15 Senior Award: Rewiring the epigenetic circuitry of T helper cells to improve asthma outcomes, American Asthma Foundation (USA)
2014-16 Senior Award: How do BLIMP1/PRDM1 and XBP1 act as tumor suppressors in multiple myeloma? Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation (USA)

Service to the community

Editorial Boards

2010 - current Member of Editorial Board, Immunology and Cell Biology
2011 -2012 Guest Member of Editorial Board, Current Opinions in Immunology
2011 - current Member of Editorial Board, Frontiers in Immunology
2012-current Faculty of 1000 member (F1000prime)

Conference organising

2016 Scientific program committee, International Congress of Immunology, Melbourne
2014 Conference Convenor, 7th Gene Expression and Signaling in the Immune System, Cold Spring Harbor NY USA
2011 Conference Committee, 5th Australian B cell Dialogue, Melbourne, Australia
2010 Session Organizer, 14th International Congress of Immunology, Kobe Japan

Super Content: 
Professor Stephen Nutt in the lab

Professor Stephen Nutt has been awarded a Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation grant to study key immune cell genes and their role in cancer.