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Congratulations Amy!

Congratulations to ARH Mental Health Grant recipient, Dr Amy Finlay-Jones!

Amy has received the Julie Bishop Award which makes $50,000 available to a female early or mid-career researcher over two years, together with mentoring support from Ms Bishop. 

Where Are They Now?

Dr Marlee Bower was previously awarded an Ian Scott PhD Scholarship by Australian Rotary Health from 2014-2017.

ARH Research Dinner in Tassie

The Rotary Club of South Launceston and Australian Rotary Health (ARH) District Committee hosted an ARH Research Dinner recently at Launceston Golf Club.

Speakers included ARH Chairman Kevin Shadbolt OAM and two PhD Scholars under our Funding Partner PhD program - Laura Grattidge (nee Smith) (sponsored by Rotary Club of Deloraine) and Jason Palazzolo (sponsored by Rotary District 9830).

Laura spoke about her research into suicide prevention in Tasmania. While Jason Palazzolo outlined his research into new treatments for stroke patients.

It's always a pleasure to hear about the work of our funded researchers! 

Gregory Ross Presents at
Rotary District 9685 Conference

Past ARH Chairman Gregory Ross recently gave a presentation about Australian Rotary Health at the Rotary District 9685 Conference, hosted by District Governor David Clark. Click the image to watch the video.  

Acknowledging Our Supporters

Last week, ARH District 9810 Chair Glenn Tippett presented Gonny Rundell from the Rotary Club of Boronia with an Australian Rotary Health Companion Award for her long term commitment to and support of ARH.

We're so thankful for people like Gonny who continue to support our cause. 
Ramblin'Rose line dancers recently held a hat themed dance session to help Australian Rotary Health #Liftthelidonmentalillness.
Funds were raised for mental health research through the sale of raffle tickets.
Click the image to watch a video from the event.