Advancing Indigenous health

A quiet achiever, Dr Jenny Baker is dedicated to the advancement of Indigenous health in Australia and internationally, through her work as an advisor, researcher and […]

Keeping kids safe

Through her advocacy and leadership in community health, health promotion and child safety projects, Associate Professor Anne Johnson AM has played an important role in reducing […]

A champion of invention

A leader in the field of biomedical engineering and a champion of women in STEMM, Professor Karen Reynolds has made an outstanding contribution to the community […]

Breaking new ground in Earth Sciences

Adelaide-born Dr Garry Karner is a world-leading authority in the study of the formation and deformation of the Earth’s crust, a sub-discipline of geology called tectonics, […]

In the service of others

Dr Brendan Nelson has chosen the vessels that Australian sailors would sail in to defend our borders, determined policy that would change the course of the […]

Santanu leads palliative care movement

Until 2002 ‘palliative care’ was unheard of in North Eastern India but as a result of personal tragedy, Santanu Chakraborty (GradCertHlth ’08) has been leading a […]

Ha Pham is an education pioneer

Thanks to Vietnamese education pioneer, Ha Pham (MEdMgmt ’05), high school students in Vietnam are now able to achieve their South Australian Certificate of Education. Ha […]

A reputation for health promotion research

An invitation from a colleague to join her to study in Australia, along with Flinders University’s reputation for health promotion research brought Canadian Dr Cynthia Smith […]