Best of the Best Awards

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COSA offers the Best of the Best Awards at each of the Best of the Best Oral and Poster Sessions at the COSA Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM). Independent adjudicators award the prizes at the session based on the content, the importance of the research, and the quality of the presentation.  The Best of the Best Oral Awards are for $1,000 in each session. Best of the Best Poster Awards are for $500 in each session.

Eligibility

To be eligible for the award you must:

  • submit an abstract to the COSA ASM
  • have the abstract selected by the ASM organising committee for a presentation in a Best of the Best Oral or Poster Session
  • make a presentation at the Best of the Best Oral or Poster Session

In 2018 COSA acknowledges Lilly Oncology for their support of the Best of Best Awards

2018 COSA - Lily Oncology Best of the Best Oral Presentation Award Recipients

Basic Science & Translational Research Melissa Southey
Precision breast and prostate cancer risk management: evidence-based translation of epigenetic testing  

Clinical Research - Peey-Sei Kok  
DREAM - A phase 2 trial of DuRvalumab with first line chEmotherApy in Mesothelioma: Final result          

Epidemiology - Anne Cust 
A risk prediction model for the development of subsequent primary melanoma in a population-based cohort

Health Services - Jon Emery  
The RAGE project: a step-wedge implementation of Rapid Access Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (RAGE) services in Melbourne

Gastro-Intestinal Cancers - David Wyld 
Is survival improving for patients diagnosed with small intestinal neuroendocrine tumours in Queensland?

Supportive Care - Samantha Korver 
Personalised supportive care for patients receiving 5-fluorouracil (5-FU): Analysis of multivariate SNP risk prediction for GI toxicity

2018 COSA - Cancer Institute NSW Best of the Best Poster Oral Presentation Award Recipients

Optimal Care Pathways and Health Services ResearchAbhijit Pal  
Repetitive blood testing in medical oncology ward inpatients – a retrospective six-week audit of incidence, clinical yield and cost in a large Sydney tertiary referral hospital  

Translational and Clinical ResearchNicole Bartley 
Advanced cancer patient perspectives on consenting to molecular tumour profiling: A qualitative study  

  

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