Achievements

Awards

2015

Myocardial structure and function in preeclampsia using cardiac magnetic resonance and Echocardiography (Early Career Fellowships) awarded by NHMRC- A/Prof Alicia Dennis

2013

Mundipharma Research Award, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists - A/Prof Alicia Dennis

2013

Visiting Scholars Fund Award for International Research Work,University of Cape Town, South Africa - A/Prof Alicia Dennis

2012 October

Gilbert Troup Australian Society of Anaesthetic Prize and Medal awarded to Dr Alicia Dennis at the Australian Society of Anaesthetists National Scientific Congress for best research work October 2012

2010 October

Zuspan Award for best clinical science at the International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy International Congress Melbourne “Left ventricular systolic and diastolic function and structure in women with untreated preeclampsia” - Dr Alicia Dennis

2010 October

Young Investigator Travel Award International Society for the Study of Hypertension in Pregnancy International Congress Melbourne - Dr Alicia Dennis

2010 May

Best scientific paper/Best presentation of Meeting Award at Obstetric Anaesthetists Association of UK meeting Newcastle “Left ventricular systolic and diastolic function and structure in women with untreated preeclampsia” – Dr Alicia Dennis

2010

Preeclampsia Research Laboratories (PEARLS) NSW Scholar 2009 – 2010 – Dr Alicia Dennis

2010

Appointment as Editor, International Journal of Obstetric Anesthesia – Dr Phil Popham

Grants

2013 - $65,000

Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Mundipharma Research Grant - Dennis, A.

2011 - $7,400

Australasian Gynaecological Endoscopy and Surgery Clinical Research Grant. The effect of Trendelenberg tilt on cognition in gynaecological laparoscopy: A pilot study - Lee S, Ang C, Griffiths J, Healy M

2011 - $20,000

The Australian Society of Anaesthetists Jackson Rees Research Grant. Cardiac function in women with preeclampsia - A Dennis, S Brennecke

2010 - $15,000

Australian Society of Anaesthetists Jackson Rees Research Grant. A multi-centre randomised double-blind comparison of single-shot transversus  abdominis plane (TAP) blockade with intermittent boluses via bilateral TAP catheters in lower abdominal laparotomy -  Griffiths J, Conroy, M

2010 - $10,000

Australian Society of Anaesthetists LMA/PacMed Fellowship. Cardiac function in pregnant women - Dennis, A.

2010 - $17,500

Edwards Lifesciences Educational Grant. Investigating cardiac output in term pregnant women - Dennis, A.

Thesis passed

Dennis, A.T. (2010)

Cardiac function in women with preeclampsia. PhD thesis, Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, The University of Melbourne. http://repository.unimelb.edu.au/10187/9005

 

Royal Women's Hospital Anaesthetic trainees who achieved their Formal Research Projects in Anaesthesia

Dr Kimberly Browne

Postpartum Haemorrhage – November 2010

Dr Kirsten Bakyew

Maternal critical care – February 2011

Dr Nerida Telec

Continuous non-invasive blood pressure reliability – February 2011

Dr Amber Stenson

Peripartum cardiomyopathy case report – February 2011

Dr Heather Butler

Postural changes in pregnant women - February 2011

Dr Gareth Symons

Epidural ultrasound as a teaching a training tool in obstetric anaesthesia – July 2011

Dr Jennifer Dixon

Venous air embolism during caesarean birth – August 2012

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