Recognising the voice of science

Debra Phyland - Bon Jovi photo
Debra Phyland - Bon Jovi photo
A/Prof Debra Phyland meets Jon Bon Jovi at the Gala Dinner

Congratulations to A/Prof Debra Phyland who has received The Voice Foundation Hamdan International Presenter Award. It recognises her sustained research contribution to the international voice field and celebrates the presentation of a new self-evaluation tool related to current speaking voice health developed and validated by A/Prof Phyland.

Debra Phyland award photo
A/Prof Debra Phyland received The Voice Foundation Hamdan International Presenter Award

“It is a true honour to be recognised by international colleagues and to be back presenting in-person at this pre-eminent voice conference,” A/Prof Phyland said.

She has been recognised with $1000US and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to meet Jon Bon Jovi at the Gala Dinner. A photo opportunity not to be missed.

We warmly congratulate her on such an achievement.

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