Prime Ministers Prize for Science

04 November 2013

Professor Terry Speed from the Department of Mathematics and Statistics and the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute (WEHI) has won the Prime Ministers Prize for Science 2013.

Professor Speed’s research is on statistical aspects of bioinformatics, which uses mathematics and statistics to solve complex biological problems. Professor Speed has developed new ways to analyse biological data that have been applied to medical research in a range of fields including cancer, infection, immunology and inherited diseases.

Congratulations Professor Terry Speed.

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