26 Mar 2015

Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences Fellowships for AMREP researchers

Recently elected AAHMS Fellows at the ceremony in Canberra 25 March 2015
The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences (AAHMS) was established in 2014 with the aim of influencing the health and medical scientific and policy landscape of Australia. Its three broad aims are:
  • Mentoring the next generation of clinician researchers.
  • Providing independent advice to government and others on issues relating to evidence based medical practice and medical research.
  • Providing a forum for discussion on progress on medical research with an emphasis on translation of research into practice.
Congratulations to all the Alfred Medical Research and Education Precinct (AMREP) based researchers recently elected as Fellows.
  • Prof Jamie Cooper (Monash/Alfred)
  • Prof Mark Cooper (Baker IDI/Alfred)
  • Prof Brendan Crabb (Burnet)
  • Professor Suzanne Crowe (Burnet/Alfred)
  • Prof Stephen Jane (Monash/Alfred)
  • Prof Garry Jennings (Baker IDI/Alfred)
  • Prof David Kaye (Baker IDI/Alfred)
  • Prof Bronwyn Kingwell (Baker IDI)
  • Prof Paul Myles (Monash/Alfred)
  • Prof Robyn O’Hehir (Monash/Alfred)
  • Prof Jeffrey Rosenfeld (Monash/Alfred)
  • Prof Jonathan Shaw (Baker IDI) 
  • Prof John Zalcberg (Monash)
See more about AAHMS: www.aahms.org/
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