The first cohort of students from the Masters and Graduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases program graduated in September.
Nobel Laureate Professor Barry Marshall was among those present on the night to celebrate and congratulate the students for their achievements.
Prof. Marshall is a co-director of the Marshall Centre for Infectious Diseases which plays a key role in supporting the academic program.
Under the direction of program coordinator Professor Geoffrey Shellam, the program has produced many exceptional students, including the following award winners:
Celia Helen Bolden, best aggregate mark, Master of Infectious Diseases
Jennifer Hu, best aggregate mark, Graduate Diploma in Infectious Diseases
Chinmaya Chigateri Prabhudeva, first prize, research project in Infectious Diseases
Peishan Koh, second prize, research project in Infectious Diseases
Szuchen Lem, first prize, practicum in Infectious Diseases
Jennifer Hu, best mark in the Medical Microbiology Stream
Celia Helen Bolden, best mark in Tropical Infectious Diseases Stream.
The awards for best aggregate marks are the most highly prized, and Celia Helen Bolden and Jennifer Hu were awarded medals for their top efforts.
For more details, visit the Infectious Diseases program website.