17 Oct 2019

Tall Poppy award for Dr Joseph Doyle!

AIPS Board Member, Associate Professor Sarah Meachem,
Chair of the Selection Panel, Professor Mark Hogarth
 present Dr Joseph Doyle (centre) with his Tall Poppy award
(Image: courtesy Matt Irwin)
Dr Joseph Doyle, head of the viral hepatitis research group in The Alfred and Monash Department of Infectious Diseases, and Deputy Program Director, Disease Elimination at Burnet Institute, has been honoured with a prestigious Australian Institute of Policy and Science (AIPS) Tall Poppy Award.

Dr Doyle, who is also a practising infectious diseases physician, won a Victorian Young Tall Poppy Science Award for his community engagement and leadership in the epidemiology, management and prevention of blood-borne viruses – HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B.

“I’m honoured to win this award among so many other talented scientists from a broad range of disciplines, and the acknowledgement of an important field of research is really gratifying”, Dr Doyle said.

The Young Tall Poppy Science Awards recognise the achievements of Australia’s outstanding young scientific researchers and communicators.

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