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The 2012 University of Queensland Fellow
Jason Ross
University of Colorado/University of Queensland
Research Interest: Medicine
Since graduating from the University of Colorado, Jason has been exploring the feasibility of creating tissue engineered trachea at Brigham and Women's Hospital and Harvard Medical School.While at the University of Queensland Ochsner Clinical School he will be continuing his research with Professor Justin Cooper-White and the Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.

The 2012 Sir Keith Murdoch Fellow
Samuel Boone
University of Massachusetts, Amherst/ University of Melbourne
Research Interest: Geoscience

Sam is currently pursuing his Master of Science in Earth Sciences at the University of Melbourne, where he is investigating a fossil sub-basin geothermal energy system in the Archean-Proterozoic Gawler Craton of South Australia. He received his undergraduate degree in Physics from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he was also awarded the SOAR scholarship from the School of Engineering. 
The 2012 Sir Keith Murdoch Fellow
Steve Doo
Northeastern University/University of Sydney

Research Interest: Marine Science

Steve received his Master of Science degree at the Northeastern University through the Three Seas Program and is currently pursuing a PhD at the University of Sydney. He is investigating the impacts of climate change on large benthic Foraminifera, tropical sediment producing organisms, and mechanisms underlying potential resilience in changing marine environments.

the 2012 Sir Keith Murdoch Fellow
Tamara Hartke
Northeastern University/University of Western Australia
Research Interest: Science

Tamara received her PhD in 2010 from the Northeastern University for her research on termite reproductive ecology. At the University of Western Australia, she will focus on interactions within and between the sexes during termite mate choice and will manipulate termite kings to understand his role in bolstering the queen's fertility and suppressing sexual development of their offspring. 

The 2012 Sir Keith Murdoch Fellow
Robert Hoelzle
Ohio State University/University of Queensland
Research Interest: Sustainability
Robert is a PhD student in chemical engineering at the University of Queensland's Advanced Water Management Centre. He is researching the mechanisms that anaerobic microbes use to mediate electron flow in energy metabolism and how these mechanisms can be exploited to direct biochemical production from waste water fermentation. 

The 2012 Sir Keith Murdoch Fellow
Yashar Kalani
Barrow Neurological Institute/Centre for Minimally Invasive Neurosurgery
Research Interest: Neurology

Yashar will be working on minimally invasive skull base techniques with Dr. Charles Teo in Sydney. A resident physician in Neurological Surgery at the Barrow Neurological Institute, Yashar received his post doctoral degree at Stanford University where he also completed his MD as a Howard Hughes Fellow.  He holds MS and PhD degrees in chemistry, biochemistry and molecular biophysics from California Institute of Technology. 
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