Menzies Engineer leading the way at GapSummit 2016

17 May 2016

Anna Gould at GapSummit2015 Menzies Scholar in Engineering, Anna Gould, has played a leading role in bringing together the 100 Leaders of Tomorrow in biotechnology, as part of GapSummit, the world's first global inter-generational leadership summit in biotechnology.


Juvenile justice and chronic disease management to get the Harvard treatment

5 May 2016

2016 Harvard Menzies Scholar, Sibella Matthews Two outstanding achievers who have a drive and vision for how we can improve the juvenile justice and chronic disease management systems in Australia have been awarded the prestigious RG Menzies Scholarship to Harvard for 2016.



Once in a lifetime - International Law scholarship

19 April 2016

Patrick Wall webThanks to the support of individual donors, law firms and the Australian government, 2014 saw the awarding of the inaugural Sir Ninian Stephen Menzies Scholarship in International Law, named in honour of former Governor General of Australia, Sir Ninian, who was Chairman of the Menzies Foundation from 1992 to 1998.


Making speech pathology more accessible

12 April 2016

2009 Menzies Scholar in Allied Health, Dr Jane McCormackWhen Dr Jane McCormack worked on several initiatives aimed at understanding speech difficulties in children and improving the accessibility to speech pathology services in Australia, little did she know it would lead to a new role at the University of Sheffield in the UK.



New fellowship to expand bipolar study

28 March 2016

Dr Alexis Whitton Current NHMRC/RG Menzies Fellow, Dr Alexis Whitton, will expand her research into bipolar disorder after being awarded the Andrew P Merrill Memorial Fellowship worth $US20,000.



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