Dr Joseph Doyle a nominee for prestigious Fellowship

Burnet Institute

31 July, 2019

Burnet Institute Deputy Program Director, Disease Elimination, Dr Joseph Doyle, is a finalist for the Club Melbourne 2019 Fellowship.

Dr Doyle is one of six nominees for the award, which is open to Victorian-based mid-career researchers who have demonstrated research excellence through academic achievement, significance and impact of research, awards, publications, and links with government policy.

Assessment also takes into account community engagement and support, collaboration, leadership, and initiative.

Dr Doyle leads clinical and research programs across Burnet, The Alfred and Monash to improve access and delivery of hepatitis C treatments aimed at achieving the elimination of hepatitis C as a public health threat in Australia by 2030.

Club Melbourne is an exclusive group of elite thinkers and leaders, who work together to establish, secure and host international business events to promote Victorian expertise around the world.

The winner of the 2019 Fellowship will be announced at Club Melbourne’s 14th Anniversary Dinner on 26 August.

Help support Burnet’s research aimed at the elimination of hepatitis C.

Contact Details

For more information in relation to this news article, please contact:

Associate Professor Joseph (Joe) Doyle

Deputy Program Director, Disease Elimination; Co-Head, Viral Hepatitis Elimination; NHMRC Clinical Research Fellow




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