QUT researchers take out four Women in Technology awards

Four researchers from QUT have been recognised in the annual Women in Technology Awards.

The awards, which were announced last week, highlight the talent of women in STEM and the important contribution they make to research, policy, economic and social development across a range of categories.

QUT’s Dr Catarina Moreira from the Centre for Data Science was awarded the inaugural Sonja Bernhardt The Heart of Our Values Award for her work in data science.

Associate Professor Divya Mehta – Centre for Genomics and Personalised Health – was awarded the Research Leader Science Award. Associate Professor Divya Mehta is geneticist at QUT who analyses big data to better understand how our genes contribute towards our health.

The Rising Star Science Award winner was Dr Kate Helmstedt (pictured, main image) from the Centre for Data Science.

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