Around the Precinct: 10 October 2019

Prestigious awards, delving into the diabetes epidemic and the mother/daughter duo making a difference – this week at the Alfred Research Alliance.

Lisa and Eliza Davidson

Mother and daughter Lisa and Eliza Davidson are solving health challenges together at Burnet Institute.

Alfred Health

Physio awarded prestigious fellowship
Any patient who has experienced the care of Louise Fuller can attest her lung transplant rehab program produces incredible results. So it’s fitting that Lou has been recognised in a prestigious fellowship program – the Churchill Fellowship.
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Monash University – Central Clinical School

Reflections on the evolving global diabetes epidemic
In the journal Circulation, Professor Paul Zimmet AO reflects on the growth of the diabetes epidemic, the reasons for it, and preventive mechanisms.
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Burnet Institute

AAHMS Fellowship for Professor Caroline Homer
Burnet Institute’s Professor Caroline Homer has been appointed a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences.
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Maternal and child health is a family affair
Burnet’s research has brought together mother and daughter, Lisa and Eliza Davidson, to address key health challenges.
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Burnet joins Call to Action on HIV in PNG
Burnet Institute and key stakeholders are calling for a redoubling of efforts to address the HIV ‘crisis’ in Papua New Guinea.
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