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New Professor Tony McMichael Memorial Prize – Master of Public Health

On Thursday 2nd June the School of Public Health had the great honour of presenting the inaugural Professor Tony McMichael Memorial Prize to Jodi Gray. This prize was established with great thanks to Prof McMichael’s wife, Associate Professor Judith Healy, and is an annual student award for excellence in the completion of our Master of […]

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Applications are now open for the 2014 Young Investigator Award (YIA)

The Young Investigator Award (YIA) recognises and promotes the outstanding research undertaken by young investigators in the area of women’s and children’s health. It also enables young researchers to present their research in a way that is easily understood by the general population. Now in its 15th year, this highly prized award is an ideal […]

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Congratulations Geordie Beath, Semi Finalist Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards

We congratulate Geordie for reaching the Semi Finalist stage in the Channel 9 Young Achiever Awards under the Awards category of the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Health Award. Geordie and the other semi finalists will receive a special on stage presentation tribute at the Prestigious Awards Gala Presentation Dinner on the 16th of March […]

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Congratulations Richard Fuller, Recipient of SIA National OHS Education Award

We congratulate Richard Fuller, winner of the Postgraduate category of the SIA OHS Education Awards.  This award brings with it a commemorative medal (and certificate), Professional Development Fund to the value of $2000 and membership of the SIA for one year. Richard will be presented with his award at the Dr Eric Wigglesworth Memorial Lecture […]

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Florey’s legacy lives on in new research Fellows

Three new medical research fellows have been appointed at the University of Adelaide named in honour of one of the University’s greatest graduates, Nobel Prize winner Lord Howard Florey. The new Florey Fellows are researchers working in significant areas of medical science, including bone cancer and arthritis. Funding for their positions has been provided through donations […]

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Barbara Kidman Women’s Fellowship 2013

Congratulations to Dr Amy Salter, a recipient of one of the Barbara Kidman Women’s Fellowships.  This funding scheme provides the University of Adelaide’s female academics an opportunity to enhance their career by providing funding of up to $30,000 each for building their research careers at the University of Adelaide.

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School of Population Health – Staff Achievements and Awards

Congratulations to the following School staff (and PhD student) for their outstanding work: Dr Taryn Bessen has accepted an invitation to be the Facilitator for SAHMRI’s Health Services Research Pillar and will be part of the Steering Committee for the South Australian Comprehensive Cancer Consortium (SACCC). Ms Lisa Hanson has been selected to receive an […]

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Traumatic stress researcher wins lifetime award

The University of Adelaide’s Professor Sandy McFarlane AO has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS) based in the United States. This is the highest honour given by the Society to an individual who has made outstanding contributions to the field of traumatic stress. Professor Alexander (Sandy) McFarlane is Professor […]

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Kerry Kirke Student Award

Caroline Miller was recently awarded The SA Branch of Public Health Association of Australia’s (PHAA) Kerry Kirke Student Award at the PHAA’s Post Population Health Congress Celebratory Gathering. This Award recognises quality, originality, difficulty and the benefit of Caroline’s work to Public Health.

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Awards – May 2012

Congratulations to…. Renae Kirkham, winner of the Rural Doctors Workforce Agency Rural Health Award, 2012 Channel 9 Young Achiever of the Year Awards  Renae is a current PhD student in the University of Adelaide’s Discipline of Public Health and previously graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (2007) and Bachelor of Health Sciences with Honours (2008). She works […]

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