Associate Professor Eric Chow wins Australian Society for Medical Research best paper award
Congratulations to Associate Professor Eric Chow who has received the 2022 Australian Society for Medical Research Best Publication Prize.
He won the award for his paper published in the Lancet Infectious Diseases in 2021 showing a large reduction in HPV genotypes among young gay/bisexual men after the introduction of the school-based male HPV vaccination program.
See the Monash story on that publication, "HPV vaccine shows success in gay, bisexual men".
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