Prof Susan Davis: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins Best Paper of the Year Award. The North American Menopause Society (NAMS) for the paper entitled: Moderate to severe vasomotor and sexual symptoms remain problematic for women aged 60 to 65 years. Professor Davis was the only Australian researcher to receive this high honour.
Dr Pragya Gartoulla: Maturitas Elsevier New Investigator Award 2016.
Prof Susan Davis: International Research Excellence Award US Endocrine Society. This is a distinguished award only presented 3 times previously.
Dr Roisin Worsley: The IMS Robert Greenblatt Prize. The International Menopause Society Annual Meeting, Cancun May 2013.
Dr Berihun Zeleke: IMS Bursary Award for the study "Menopausal symptoms; prevalence and impact on the health and wellbeing of older women". The International Menopause Society 2013.
Ms Ensieh Fooladi: Young Investigator Award and Travel Award to North American Menopause Society Congress, Dallas, TX 2013.
Ms Amanda Tan, BMedSci Student 2013 (co-supervised by Susan Davis and Robin Bell): Travel grant to the Australasian Menopause Society Annual Meeting Adelaide 2013.
Ms Amanda Tan, BMedSci student 2013 (co-supervised by Susan Davis and Robin Bell): The Jean Hailes Memorial Prize for the best presentation by a young investigator, Australasian Menopause Society Annual Conference 2013.
Professor Susan Davis: National Health and Medical Research Council Research Fellowship.
Professor Robin Bell: Australian Society for Psychosocial Obstetrics and Gynaecology Roger Wurm Award for the best scientific presentation: The BUPA Health Foundation Health and Wellbeing After Breast Cancer Study.
Dr Roisin Worlsey: NHMRC Post-graduate Scholarship.
Professor Robin Bell: Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences Award for Social Inclusion. Awarded for contribution as Chair of the Faculty Social Inclusion Committee 2010–2012.
Professor Robin Bell: Certificate of Commendation, Vice-Chancellors Award for Social Inclusion.
Dr Roisin Worsely: The Jean Hailes Memorial Prize, Young Investigator Award, Australasian Menopause Society Meeting, Melbourne, October 2012.
Australasian Menopause Society Scientific Award 2011 (for the most meritorious contribution to the field of menopause based on a published or accepted paper in the previous 12 months): R J Bell, M Lijovic, P Fradkin, M Schwarz and S R Davis – 'Changes in patterns of use of cigarettes and alcohol in women after a first diagnosis of invasive breast cancer: a cohort study of women from Victoria, Australia. Supportive Care in Cancer (in press September 2011).
Dr Mary Panjari: NHMRC Postdoctoral Fellowship.
Ms Tessa O'Halloran, BMedSci student 2011 (co-supervised by Susan Davis and Robin Bell): The Jean Hailes Memorial Prize for the best presentation by a young investigator. Australasian Menopause Society Annual Conference 2011 – 'The prevalence of urinary incontinence in young nulligravid women'.
Professor Susan Davis: The Henry Burger Prize of the International Menopause Society for the most significant published contribution to the field of menopause in the preceding 3 years.
Dr Mary Panjari: Faculty of Medicine Nursing and Health Sciences Bridging Postdoctoral Fellowship (for 2010).
Professor Susan Davis: Distinguished Alumni Award for 2009 of Monash University.
Professor Susan Davis: Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) Research Prize.
Professor Susan Davis: The Australasian Menopause Society Award.This award is the most prestigious award offered by the Australasian Menopause Society and recognises a distinguished person in the field of menopause, who has given much of their life to making a significant contribution to this field.Awarded every two years.
2009 Barbara Gross Award from the Australasian Menopause Society annual meeting 2009 for the best overall free communication for the paper entitled: 'Ovarian status in healthy post-menopausal women: follow-up 12 months after trans-vaginal ultrasound (TVU)'.
Australasian Menopause Society Scientific Award 2008 (for the most meritorious contribution to the field of menopause based on a published or accepted paper in the previous 12 months): SL Davison, RJ Bell, M LaChina, SL Holden, SR Davis – 'Assessing Sexual Function in Well Women: Validity and Reliability of the Female Sexual Satisfaction Questionnaire', Journal of Sexual Medicine, 2008 Nov; 5(11):2575–86.
Australian Rheumatology AssociationAnnual Scientific MeetingBest clinical poster, Adelaide, May 2008. Dr Fahad Hanna and Associate Professor Robin Bell (joint first authors), Flavia Cicuttini, Sonia L Davison, Anita Wluka, and Susan R Davis – 'High sensitivity C-reactive protein is associated with lower tibial cartilage volume but not lower patella cartilage volume in healthy women at midlife'.
Dr Roslin Botlero: PhD scholarship, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, Monash University 2008–2010.
Professor Susan Davis: Principal Research Fellow. NHMRC 2008–2012.
Dr Sonia Davison: Royal Australasian College of Physicians Vincent Fairfax Family Foundation Research Fellowship.
Dr Sonia Davison: NHMRC Post-doctoral Fellowship 2007–2011.
Ms Mary Panjari (co-supervised with professor Nip Thompson, Professor Susan Davis and Professor Jill Astbury): National Health and Medical Research Council Postgraduate Scholarship.
Dr Sonia Davison: 9th Australasian Menopause Society Annual Scientific Award for the paper, 'Androgen levels in adult females: changes with age, menopause and oophorectomy'.
Dr Woraluk Somboonporn: 9th Australasian Menopause Society Barbara Gross Award for best presentation – 'The risks and benefits of testosterone for postmenopausal women: a systematic review'. (Dr Somboonporn undertook this work under the supervision of Professor Susan Davis and A/Professor Robin Bell of Monash University who are co-authors on this work.)