31 Jul 2019

Club Melbourne Finalist 2019... Dr Joseph Doyle!

Huge congratulations go to Dr Joseph Doyle from the Department of Infectious Diseases, who has been selected as one of six finalists for the prestigious Club Melbourne Fellowship 2019! The winner will be announced by the Governor of Victoria at a special dinner on August 26th.

The Fellowship comes with substantial networking opportunities within Victoria's research community and $10,000 in funding to support research costs including an international conference attendance.

The Club Melbourne Ambassador Program is an invitation-only group of Victoria’s elite thinkers and leaders, who work together to establish, secure and host international business events to promote Victorian expertise around the world.

Dr Joseph Doyle leads a clinical and implementation research program across The Alfred, Monash and Burnet Institute aiming to improve treatment access and delivery of hepatitis C treatment. He is a leader of the Eliminate C Australia Partnership which aims to build capacity and support for HCV elimination across all jurisdictions nationally. Joe has been an advisor and consultant to the World Health Organisation on HIV and Viral Hepatitis, and has received research support as a chief investigator from National Health & Medical Research Council, WHO, philanthropic organisations and industry.

He also follows in the footsteps of last year's Club Melbourne Fellowship co-winner, our own A/Prof Eric Chow. Wishing Joe the best of luck later this month!

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