Professor Louise Maple-Brown

Professor Maple-Brown has demonstrated outstanding contributions in clinical impact and leadership. In 14 years since her PhD, she has established and grown a Darwin-based research program that is now 31 staff, students and early-career researchers. Her program is the first and largest Australian partnership between researchers, policy makers and health services on intergenerational diabetes, and […]

Professor Richard Price

Professor Richard Price is Professor of Global Health at the Menzies School of Health Research in Darwin. He is a leading authority on multidrug resistant malaria and Plasmodium vivax. His research has highlighted the importance of the vivax malaria, which causes millions of illnesses each year and is now becoming the predominant cause of malaria […]

Professor Nicholas Anstey

Professor Anstey undertakes clinical research in malaria and tuberculosis with partners in the Asia-Pacific. He has identified new mechanisms underlying severe malaria, translating these findings to clinical trials of agents to improve blood supply to vital organs. He has also undertaken clinical trials of drugs to treat all three major species causing malaria in our […]

Professor Alan Cass

Professor Cass, Director of the Menzies School of Health Research, is a clinician-researcher who has achieved international recognition in both nephrology and Indigenous health. He has a strong track record of leadership across clinical trials, public health, health services and policy-related research. He has a very strong track record of research translation into policy and […]

Professor Anne Chang

Professor Chang has substantially advanced clinical medicine through her research in improving the management of chronic cough in children, bronchiectasis and asthma. She is a leading clinicalresearcher with international recognition in the areas of cough, bronchiectasis and evidence-based medicine related to respiratory conditions in children. She has achieved many ‘world’s first’ including a description of […]

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