Three Orygen researchers have been awarded Dame Kate Campbell Fellowships by the University of Melbourne.
The Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship recognises and rewards outstanding research performance.
Each of the fellows has contributed to the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences through exceptional research and wider involvement, both in the local community and globally.
Orygen would like to congratulate:
Professor Barnaby Nelson head of early psychosis: ultra-high risk
Professor Mario Alvarez-Jimenez director of Orygen Digital
Associate Professor Jo Robinson head of suicide prevention research
Orygen’s executive director, Professor Patrick McGorry, said he extended his congratulations to Jo, Barnaby and Mario.
“The award of the Dame Kate Campbell Fellowship recognises internally the impact that these three colleagues have had in recent times with their innovative and dynamic research and its wide translation far beyond Orygen,” Professor McGorry said.
“They have all attracted either government or overseas research investment, which is independent validation of their work. We are all very proud of them as great colleagues and wonderful role models.”