Monash BDI staff recognised for academic excellence in recent promotions

Congratulations to each of the thirteen Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute (BDI) staff who were successful with their recent academic promotions.

We are delighted to announce that we have added one new Professor, nine new Associate Professors and three new Senior Research Fellows or Senior Lecturers to the institute.

Offering his congratulations, Professor John Carroll, Director of the Monash BDI, said that these promotions recognised the significant contribution and achievements each staff member has made.

“Our scientists are the cornerstone of our institute and the strength of the BDI relies on their passion and commitment to discovery research which will ultimately have a significant impact on global health”.

“Congratulations to each of you and sincere thanks for your dedication to excellence and the important contributions you have made”.

We welcome our recently promoted Professor:

And our new Associate Professors:

And congratulations to our new Senior Research Fellows / Senior Lecturers:

  • Dr Kristen Bubb: Group Leader of the Translational Vascular Therapeutics Group
  • Dr Claire Foldi: Group Leader of the Anorexia and Feeding Disorders Group
  • Dr Maureen Hagan: Group Leader of Neural mechanisms of visual behaviour and cognition

About the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University
Committed to making the discoveries that will relieve the future burden of disease, the Monash Biomedicine Discovery Institute at Monash University brings together more than 120 internationally renowned research teams. Spanning seven discovery programs across Cancer, Cardiovascular Disease, Development and Stem Cells, Infection, Immunity, Metabolism, Diabetes and Obesity, and Neuroscience, Monash BDI is one of the largest biomedical research institutes in Australia.  Our researchers are supported by world-class technology and infrastructure, and partner with industry, clinicians and researchers internationally to enhance lives through discovery.