University promotions recognise academic excellence for Monash BDI staff
Congratulations to each of the 11 Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) staff who were successful with their recent academic promotions! We’ve recently added three new Professors to the institute, three new Associate Professors, four new Senior Research Fellows and one new Senior Lecturer.
Offering his congratulations, Professor John Carroll, Director of the Monash BDI, said that these promotions recognised the significant contributions and achievements each of these staff had made.
“Our scientists are passionate about discovery research and educating the next generation of scientists,” Professor Carroll said.
"Our people - and their ongoing commitment to excellence - are at the core of the institute, and ensure we are well placed to have an impact on global health. My heartfelt congratulations and thanks to each of you for the contributions you have made," he said.
Congratulations to these researchers who have been promoted to Professor:
- Professor Martin Stone: Head of the Chemokine-Receptor Interaction Lab.
- Professor Tim Cole: Head of the Molecular Endocrinology Lab
- Professor John Boyce: Head of the Bacterial Pathogenesis Lab
We also welcome three new Associate Professors to our ranks:
- Associate Professor Nicholas Price: Head of the Neural Coding for Perception Lab
- Associate Professor Michael Lazarou: Head of the Autophagy and Mitochondrial Quality Control Lab
- Associate Professor Justin Adams: Head of the Integrated Morphology and Palaeontology Lab
Finally, congratulations to these researchers who have been promoted to Senior Research Fellow or Senior Lecturer
- Dr Amy Winship: Senior Research Fellow in the Hutt Lab
- Dr Nicole Mifsud: Senior Research Fellow, Clinical Immunology
- Dr Sonja McKeown: Senior Lecturer
- Dr Thierry Jarde: Senior Research Fellow in the Abud Lab
- Dr Martin Davey: Senior Research Fellow, Immune Surveillance
About the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University
Committed to making the discoveries that will relieve the future burden of disease, the newly established Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University brings together more than 120 internationally-renowned research teams. Our researchers are supported by world-class technology and infrastructure, and partner with industry, clinicians and researchers internationally to enhance lives through discovery.