Awards for ‘Achievement in Children’s Research’ Announced!
(L-R Mr Paul Jury, CRF Chair, A/Prof Tim Chataway (Flinders University), Her Excellency, The Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia, Dr Jacquie Beall (Director SALHN Child Protection Service), Mr Rod Bunten, and Mr Greg Ward (CRF Executive Director)
The Channel 7 Children’s Research Foundation (CRF) Awards for ‘Achievement in Children’s Research’ 2023 were announced on 26 October at an evening celebrating South Australia’s remarkable people in children’s research.
The 2023 Awards recognised the incredible work and dedication of two individuals in the areas of child protection, and treating peanut allergies in children.
CRF was joined by Her Excellency, The Honourable Frances Adamson AC, Governor of South Australia, and Mr Rod Bunten – joint Patrons of the CRF – as it recognised the achievements of Dr Jacquie Beall and A/Prof Tim Chataway, through the:
Len Frankham Award for outstanding achievement in children’s education and wellbeing research.
Awarded to Dr Jacqui Beall for her substantial leadership experience in the area of child protection.
Colin Matthews AO Award for outstanding achievement in children’s health research.
Awarded to Associate Professor Tim Chataway for his research into the treatment of children living with peanut allergies.
Now in its third year, these Awards recognise the achievements and outcomes of the research and researchers CRF has supported throughout its 47 years.
They also recognise the areas of children’s research the CRF supports – health, education and welfare – and are named after remarkable visionaries of the CRF Board.
Photos Paul Bradley