Sid Yarrow Award

Sid Yarrow Award

Sponsored by LivaNova

Founded in 1993, this award was named to recognise the outstanding contribution of Sid Yarrow to the perfusion profession over his long career. It is awarded to a student member of the Society who has made the best presentation at its Annual Scientific Meeting. The purpose is to encourage high standards of professional activity and educational development in perfusion students.

The award takes the form of a grant of funds to assist in costs associated with the recipient visiting cardiac centres in Australasia or overseas to further perfusion education. 

Congratulations 2023 Recipient

James Morgan

"LivaNova was delighted to present the 2023 Sid Yarrow Award to James Morgan for his excellent presentation on 'Survey of burnout among ANZCP, AmSECT, and SCPS Perfusionists'. Congratulations James!"
Donna Tymensen

Award Recipients

2023James MorganAuckland City Hospital, NZ
2022Courtney AdamsWaikato Hospital, New Zealand2021Jenny JengAuckland City Hospital, NZ
2020Britney WestbrookWaikato Hospital, New Zealand2019Thomas AndersonTasmania
2018Amber DarwinkelAlfred Hospital, Victoria2017
2016Casey EdwardsWestmead Children's Hospital, NSW2015Emerson SgammottaSt Vincent's Hospital, Sydney
2014Not Awarded2013Ghaz JaburAuckland City Hospital
2010Nick CarrRoyal Hobart Hospital, Tasmania2009Martin GillWestmead Children's Hospital, NSW
2008Bernadette PunterereAlfred Hospital, Victoria2007Catie ClaessenRoyal Children's Hospital, Victoria
2006Not Awarded2005Vincent RajkumarFremantle Hospital, Western Australia
2004Not Awarded2003Annette MazzoneFlinders Medical Centre, South Australia
2002Annette MazzoneFlinders Medical Centre, South Australia2001Simon Augustin
Mark Mennen
Royal Children's Hospital

Alfred Hospital, Victoria
2000Mary Grace AgbulosChildren's Hospital, NSW1999Killian O'ShaughnessyPerfusion Services, Victoria
1998Daryl BirchlerWellington Hospital, NZ1997Not Awarded
1996Robert Baker Flinders Medical Centre, South Australia1995Not Awarded
1994Robert BakerFlinders Medical Centre, South Australia