Five AAHMS Fellows have been elected to the Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Science in 2021, with expertise spanning biomedical engineering neuroscience and microbiology.
Each year, the Australian Academy of Science elects national leaders in the scientific community to join their Fellowship, recognising their outstanding achievements. AAHMS would like to warmly congratulate the new Fellows on their election.
Five of this year’s 22 new AAS Fellows are Fellows of AAHMS:
- Professor Hala Zreiqat AM FAA FTSE FAHMS– biomedical engineer, University of Sydney
- Professor Glenda Halliday FAA FAHMS – neuroscientist, University of Sydney
- Professor Mark Dawson FAA FAHMS – cancer biologist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre
- Professor Arthur Christopoulos FAA FAHMS – molecular pharmacologist, Monash University
- Professor Brendan Crabb AC FAA FAHMS – microbiologist, Burnet Institute
Learn more about the new science Fellows at the Australian Academy of Science website.
Pictured: (top row) Professor Hala Zreiqat, Professor Glenda Halliday, Professor Arthur Christopoulos, (bottom row) Professor Mark Dawson and Professor Brendan Crabb. Photographs supplied by Australian Academy of Science.