From the ICU to the emergency department, the mental health space to public policy, it’s fair to say that this year has shone a light on the extraordinary work of healthcare professionals across the globe.
Australia’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic has been commended on a global scale. We are immensely proud of our exceptional alumni community working on the ground, in policy and in research.
Meet some of our dedicated alumni whose work will make an impact both now and into the future as we fight and recover from this challenging moment in history.
Dr Stephen Warrillow
Dr Stephen Warrillow (MBBS, 1996 & PhD, 2020) Director of Intensive Care at Austin Health & Director of the Critical Care Institute at Epworth HealthCare
Linda Blair: Master of Advanced Nursing Practice, 2019. Nurse Practitioner & member of the Australian Medical Assistance Team (AUSMAT). Victoria
Melia Winata: Bachelor of Biomedicine, 2012. Co-Founder and CMO. Du Anyam, Indonesia
Sarah Miller: Doctor of Physiotherapy, 2015. Team Leader & Senior ICU Physiotherapist, Kings College Hospital, London
Associate Professor Jason Trubiano
Associate Professor Jason Trubiano: Bachelor of Biomedical Science (2002), MBBS (2007) and PhD (2018). Infectious Diseases Physician at Austin Health and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, NHMRC Researcher Fellow with University of Melbourne, Head of COVID Unit at Austin Health,
Dr Krishna Prasad Paudel
Dr. Krishna Paudel: Master of Public Health, 2019. Director of the Kanti Children’s Hospital, Nepal.
Niraj Shrestha: Master of Public Health, 2015. Learning and Communications Expert at Abt Associates, Nepal.
Ying Cui: Master of Public Health, 2014. Technical Officer at the World Health Organisation (WHO), China.
Eileen Phoenix Lam
Eileen Phoenix Lam: Master of Public Health, 2019. Project and Research Assistant at the Peter Doherty Institute for Infection and Immunity.
Dr Aziza Al Balushi
Dr. Aziza Al Balushi: Master of Public Health, 2015. Public Health Specialist in the Omani Ministry of Health