From the Field: 2014 Wesfarmers John Monash Scholar Dr Genevieve Martin
Genevieve completed a DPhil in Clinical Medicine at the University of Oxford supported by the John Monash Scholarship. On our website she shares her Scholar journey, as well as her return to Australia and how she continues to work towards positive change.
2018 Susan and Isaac Wakil John Monash Scholar Brighid Sammon joins HIP V. HYPE podcast
Brighid is Senior Policy Advisor for the Department of Environment, Land, Water and Planning and joins as a guest for the HIP V. HYPE podcast discussing housing, sustainability and climate action to explore ways to support the sustainable growth of our cities and regions.
Listen to the latest episode of 'The Scholars' podcast featuring 2007 John Monash Scholar Dr Gemma Sharp
From Economics to Paediatrics learn more about our diverse and exceptional John Monash Scholars as leaders in the ongoing podcast series hosted by Mojo Media CEO Justin Kelly. In this episode 2007 Scholar Dr Gemma Sharp discusses how her studies in cancer prevention led her to teaming up with The Butterfly Foundation and Instagram to develop a world-first body image focused chatbot using artificial intelligence technology.
2016 Roden Cutler NSW John Monash Scholar Dr Harrison Steel interviewed by Lab Online
Harrison has been working to support health workers in the fight against COVID-19. In his interview with Lab Online he shares details about his work in developing rapid testing mechanisms and OxVent: The open source ventilator developed by University of Oxford and Kings College London.
2020 Susan and Isaac Wakil John Monash Scholar Samuel Parker featured in Newcastle Weekly
Samuel will commence a PhD in Biomedical Engineering at Brown University in August. His research will be in the field of Brain Computer Interface Neuroprosthesis, aiming to develop new technologies for neurally controlled assistive devices. His innovative work has been featured in The Newcastle Weekly. Sam is passionate about using this technology to change the lives of people living with amputation or paralysis by restoring their lost function.
2018 ANZAC Centenary John Monash Scholar Heather Muir writes on SpaceX for The Conversation
Heather is completing a PhD in Computational Physics at the University of Cambridge supported by the John Monash Scholarship. In her latest article for The Conversation, she explains the massive journey of the Crew Dragon spacecraft and its impact on the future of space travel.