Fellowships at the George Institute for Global Health
Supporting Impact through Fellowships
At The George Institute we are committed to undertaking the critical research and programs that will develop effective treatments and preventions strategies for the world’s biggest health problems.
Through fellowships we can attract and retain the world’s best researchers and health professionals at every stage of their career: from young researchers starting out through to leaders at the pinnacle of their careers.
If you would like to find out more about our work, and how you can positively shape the future of healthcare delivery in underserved communities, we would be delighted to hear from you.
Michael Hawker AM Distinguished Fellowship in Entrepreneurship
The Michael Hawker AM Fellowship supports a leader in the field of Entrepreneurship, who will lead, train and mentor health researchers and partners to develop innovative healthcare solutions that address unmet health needs, particularly for people living in underserved communities.
Dr John Yu AC Fellowship
The Dr John Yu AC Fellowship Program will award fellowships to the most promising young health researchers from Asia. John Yu Fellows will display strong leadership qualities, with a passion for solving the unmet health needs, particularly for people living in underserved communities.
Elsa Atkin AM Fellowship
The Elsa Atkin AM Fellowship supports a talented senior female researcher who is undertaking research and policy work in women’s health. In addition to undertaking innovative research in women’s health, the Elsa Atkin Fellow will mentor the next generation of talented female researchers.
Professor John Chalmers AC Awards
The annual Professor John Chalmers AC Awards recognise the research excellence of our early career researchers. There are two peer-nominated Awards – Doctoral and Post-Doctoral – which are selected on the basis of published research.
If you would like further information about how you can support the vital work of The George Institute, contact us.