The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences has elected 40 new Fellows in recognition of their outstanding contributions to the health and medical research landscape in Australia.
The Academy has also elected two global research leaders as Corresponding Fellows - Professor Julian Savulescu and Professor Paul Lambert (Chair/Director, University of Wisconsin Medical School).
The new Fellows have had a significant impact on the health and wellbeing of Australians and the world – representing a broad range of fields from across clinical and biomedical sciences, including infectious diseases, epidemiology and mental health, through to biomedical engineering, health economics and Indigenous health and wellbeing.
The new Fellows will be admitted at the Academy’s fifth annual meeting on 10-11 October, when the Academy meets to discuss global pandemic threat.
Professor Savulescu’s webpage
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