Scholarships and Awards
Upcoming Scholarship Opportunities
There are no scholarship opportunities available presently.
Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader Award
ASHM proudly established The Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader Award in 2018, honouring the legacy of the late Adjunct Professor Levinia Crooks AM - a leader in public health and the ASHM Chief Executive Officer from 1999-2017.
For over 30 years Levinia took an active role in looking for emerging leaders within the HIV, viral hepatitis, other BBV and sexual health sector - personally mentoring many talented individuals.
Each year two awards are bestowed, as a way of acknowledging Levinia’s important contribution to the sector and recognising the outstanding work of rising "stars" in the field of both viral hepatitis and another working in blood borne viruses and sexually transmissible infections (BBV and STI).
This prestigious award acknowledges the importance of fostering emerging leaders, who demonstrate leadership that is bold, innovative, inclusive and inspires collaboration within the sector - extremely symbolic to Levinia’s approach.
Nominations for this years Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader Award will be open shortly, for more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org
|Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader in Viral Hepatitis Award||Levinia Crooks Emerging Leader in BBV/STI Award|
|2021||Megan Hughes, Sexual Health Services Tasmania||Kezia Blackledge, Aboriginal Health & Medical Research Council|
A/Prof Eric Chow, Central Clinical School, Monash University
Special Mention: Dr Marcel Kalau, GP Thorne Harbour Health
|2019||A/Prof Behzad Hajarizadeh, Senior Lecturer, Viral Hepatitis Clinical Research Program, The Kirby Institute||Dr Vincent Cornelisse, Staff Specialist in Sexual Health Medicine and Medical Unit Manager at Kirketon Road Centre|
|2018||Jennifer MacLachlan, Epidemiologist, WHO Collaborating Centre for Viral Hepatitis, The Doherty Institute||Dr Angie Pinto, Staff Specialist at Royal Prince Alfred hospital|
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For more information contact: Nadine.Giatras@ashm.org.au