Congratuations to the 2022 Grant Awardees


Healthy Bones Australia, in partnership with the Australia and New Zealand Bone and Mineral Society (ANZBMS), are proud to announce grants for 2022. 

The official announcement and presentation was made at the annual ANZBMS Conference Dinner on 3 August. This was the first in person conference in over 2 years. 

2022 HBA ANZBMS Clinical Grant, proudly supported by Amgen

Dr Shejil Kumar

Endocrinology Advanced Trainee at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney was awarded the Clinical Grant for his research on Combining osteoanabolic pharmacotherapy with osteogenic exercise in women with postmenopausal osteoporosis/osteopenia (The effects of combining bone-building therapy and exercise on bone strength, muscle and physical function in women with osteoporosis).

2022 Philip Sambrook Young Investigator Travel Grant 

Dr Natalie Hyde

Dean’s Research Postdoctoral Fellow at Deakin University was awarded the Travel grant to present her work on the developmental origins of musculoskeletal health. To date Dr Hyde’s program of research has largely focused on maternal nutrition during pregnancy (primarily vitamin D) and child musculoskeletal health. This program has generated substantial knowledge regarding modifiable risk factors in early-life for the prevention of musculoskeletal disease. This research will be presented at the World Congress for the Developmental Origins of Disease in Vancouver later this month.

 Congratulations to the awardees and to all those that applied for the grants.