10 Oct 2019
Six Doherty Institute researchers recognised with Dame Kate Campbell Fellowships
Six Doherty Institute researchers have been awarded Dame Kate Campbell Fellowships by the University of Melbourne.
Named after the noted Australian physician and paediatrician, the Fellowships recognise and reward outstanding research performance and wider involvement in the local community and the world stage.
The Fellows are appointed based on academic bench marking metrics, research impact, national and international research standing, leadership, engagement and adherence to the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences values and strategic priorities.
The recipients from the Doherty Institute are:
- Dr Amy Chung, Laboratory Head
- Associate Professor Thomas Gebhardt, Senior Research Fellow
- Professor Katherine Kedzierska, Laboratory Head
- Associate Professor Laura Mackay, Laboratory Head
- Associate Professor Scott Mueller, Laboratory Head
- Professor Karin Thursky, Director of the National Centre of Antimicrobial Stewardship and Guidance Group at the Doherty Institute and Deputy Director of Infectious Diseases at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.
Professor Michael McGuckin, the University of Melbourne’s Associate Dean of Research for the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences congratulated the Fellows for their success in what was a highly competitive pool.