At the heart of the Menzies Foundation are our scholars.
Our outstanding alumni boasts world leaders in areas such as heart, allergy, bone, cancer and autism research, senior members of the judiciary and legal profession, polar and climate change experts, the founders of successful social enterprises, leading academics at national and international universities, ethics experts and leading voices in economics and public policy. And that’s just a taste of what our scholars achieve.
Menzies scholars have become inspirational academics, judges, policy-makers and education advocates; their world-class research has helped cure illness and disease.
Snapshot – A few Menzies Scholars
Prof Matthew Kiernan – The University of Sydney Bushell Chair of Neurology
Prof Paul Hodges – University of Queensland, Head of Neuroscience
Prof Simon Maddocks – Charles Darwin University Vice Chancellor
Justice Andrew Beech – Western Australia Supreme Court Justice
Prof Robyn O'Hehir – First Professor of Allergy in Australia
Justice Susan Kenny – Australian Federal Court Judge
Current Menzies Scholars
Bernadette Brady - 2017 Menzies Research Scholarship in Allied Health Sciences
Olsen Garland - 2017 Menzies Scholarship in Engineering
Lyndon Goddard - 2017 Sir Ninian Stephen Menzies Scholarship in International Law
Nathan van Wees 2017 Menzies Scholarship in Law
Dr Kevin Man - 2017 NHMRC/ R G Menzies Fellowship
Menzies Memorial Scholars Association
All Menzies Scholarship and Fellowship recipients are invited to become members of the Menzies Memorial Scholars Association.
The MMSA President and Secretary serve as Directors of the Menzies Foundation thereby making a direct and important contribution to the work of the Foundation.