Join us for this week's roundup of inspiring Scholar news...
Steps Forward in Cancer Research
Dr Ashray Gunjur, 2021 Helen and Michael Gannon John Monash Scholar, recently collaborated with the Olivia Newton-John Cancer Research Institute (Melbourne, Australia). Their research generated large -omics datasets from the ‘Australian Rare Cancers’ clinical trial into Ipilimumab and Nivolumab for the treatment of rare cancers.
NUS Medicine Graduate Studies Award for Dr Sean Carter
Congratulations to Dr Sean Carter, 2022 Chairman's Circle John Monash Scholar on the NUS Medicine Graduate Studies Award with admission to the Doctor of Philosophy programme at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. Sean intends to study the use of antenatal corticosteroids for fetal lung maturation in the management of preterm birth. In the long term, Sean plans to work in the subspecialty of Maternal Fetal Medicine with a clinical academic role at a leading Australian University.
UN Stance on UK Deportation Policy
Catherine Stubberfield, 2010 John Monash Scholar, is Senior External Relations Officer and Spokesperson for UNHCR United Kingdom. She recently spoke to DW (German’s international media outlet) about the UN’s stance on the UK implementing the new deportation policy.
REMINDER - Leadership For The Future In Times Of Challenge
From experience over several decades in a variety of professional and academic roles around the world, Professor Dowton's discussion will span models of leadership as well as the role of leaders in creating an identity for their organisation, interpreting complexity and developing connections that will add value to the organisation's work. Practical tips based on deep experience (and some scars), as well as the role of storytelling and the value of mentors, will also be addressed. DATE: Tuesday 21 June TIME: Seminar commences at 5:00 PM, followed by canapes and cocktails ADDRESS: The Judith Neilson Institute for Journalism and Ideas,
79 Abercrombie St Chippendale NSW 2008