Dr Angela Kelly-Hanku awarded a Scientia Fellowship from UNSW

The Kirby Institute's Dr Angela Kelly-Hanku, from the Public Health Interventions Research Group, has been appointed a Scientia Fellowship by UNSW. This prestigious accolade is part of the University’s global drive to recruit the best researchers in the world and helps to build UNSW’s research capacity across a broad range of contexts. 
“The program was designed as a cornerstone of Academic Excellence, aimed at advancing UNSW’s commitment to transforming lives through excellence in research,” says Professor Nicholas Fisk, Depute Vice-Chancellor (Research). “It provides early-mid career researchers with generous grants, including support and development packages, and unprecedented career support, mentorship, and the establishment of a lifelong community of outstanding UNSW researchers.”
Dr Kelly-Hanku is based in Papua New Guinea and along with her work at the Kirby, leads a multidisciplinary unit at the Institute of Medical Research in PNG. Congratulations Dr Kelly-Hanku on this outstanding achievement!

Date published: 
Friday, 1 December 2017