Monash Parkville staff receive Vice-Chancellor’s Education and Research Awards
Faculty of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences staff have been recognised at the 2019 Vice-Chancellor’s Education and Research Awards, with one team winning an award, one individual winning a Research Award and several Faculty staff members recognised with nominations.
Dr Alisa Glukhova received the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher in Science and Technology. Dr Glukhova co-leads the Structural Pharmacology laboratory in the Drug Discovery Biology Theme at MIPS. Earlier this year, she was the recipient of an ARC DECRA Fellowship.
Keith Sewell, Dr Vivienne Mak, Professor Tina, Marian Costelloe and Keenan Beaumont were awarded the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Programs that Enhance Learning for their work on MyDispense, an online community pharmacy simulation.
The Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Programs that Enhance Learning recognise learning and teaching support programs and services that make an outstanding contribution to the quality of student learning. These programs change, for the better, the quality of our students’ experience.
Now in its fifth iteration, MyDispense has partnered with 89 institutions worldwide to help students master the skills they need as pharmacists-in-training.
Associate Professor Kirstie Galbraith, Dr Andreia Bruno-Tome, Dr Vivienne Mak, Dr Jennifer Short and Thao Vu received a nomination for the Vice-Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence
Teaching Associate Carmen Abeyaratne received a nomination for her Outstanding Contribution to Student Learning.
Dr Elizabeth Yuriev, Professor Michelle McIntosh and Dr Trayder Thomas were among an exclusive list of nominees for the Award for Technological Innovation in Learning and Teaching.
In the Vice Chancellor’s Research Awards, three Faculty members were nominated for their continued commitment and dedication to the profession.
Dr Philip Thompson was nominated for the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Postgraduate Research Supervision. Associate Professor Bernard Flynn was nominated for the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Research Enterprise. Dr Johnson George received the nomination for the Vice Chancellor’s Award for Research Impact.
Contact: Divya Krishnan