Mathew Peck scholarship recipients
2016 - Kyle Booth
Extending on the work achieved by the previous scholar, Kyle's research focused on the understanding of an Antimicrobial Stewardship by pharmacists throughout Fiji. Read Kyle's full report here.
2015 - Alistair Pickmere
Read Alistair’s report on his five weeks in the Fijian capital Suva to find out more about his studies into the usage of antibiotics.
2014 - Jessica Dayment
Jessica spent six weeks in Fiji and her project was Meropenem Drug Use Evaluation at Colonial War Memorial Hospital, Suva.
2013 - Daniel Roitman
Daniel spent four weeks in Honiara in The Solomon's. This trip afforded him an incredible opportunity to experience life, not just pharmacy work, but life, outside of Australia. Daniel's advice to any prospective applicants for the Mathew Peck Travelling Scholarship would be...Apply! Apply! Apply! Please read Daniel's blog detailing his four weeks in The Solomon's.
2012 - Lee Ross & Kahlinda Mahoney
Lee travelled to Fiji under the supervision of Frances Ng (an Australian volunteer) and Rashika Gounder from the Pharmacy Department at the Colonial War Memorial Hospital in the Fijian capital of Suva. Read more about Lee's experience.
Kahlinda travelled to the Solomon Islands and was mentored by the first Mathew Peck Traveling Scholarship recipient, Michael Nunan. Read more about Kahlinda's experience.
2011 - Brigid McInerney
Brigid spent four weeks in The Solomon's under the supervision of the first recipient of the scholarship, Michael Nunan
2010 - Alex Bongers & Frances Cameron
Alex travelled to Tuvalu a Polynesian island nation located in the Pacific Ocean, midway between Hawaii and Austraia. He was placed under the supervision of the chief pharmacist. For a detailed description of his experience, please read Alex's report.
Frances travelled to Tonga in February 2011 and spent six weeks based at Vaiola Hospital, the main hospital in Tonga. For a detailed description of her experience, please read France's blog or report.
2008 - Jane O'Connor
Jane travelled to the Solomon Islands in January 2009, undertaking a project supervised by Michael Nunan who is a graduate of the faculty and the 2004 scholarship recipient. For a detailed description of Jane's experience, please read her blog.
2007 - Jaya Soma
Jaya spent 41 days in Fiji surveying health facilities and evaluating use of medicines. She was located in the Fiji Pharmaceutical Service Centre. For a detailed description of her trip, please read her blog.
2006 - Madelaine Hong Hieu Nguyen
Madelaine spent 52 days in Vietnam investigating the potential role of Vietnamese pharmacists in HIV prevention for her scholarship placement. Click here to read Madelaine's report.
2005 - Jana Dostal
Jana spent 6 weeks in East Timor in the Autumn of 2006 for her scholarship. For a detailed description of her experience, please read her blog.