CRAHW PhD student wins inaugural Best Thesis Award

Wednesday 9 August 2017

"On behalf of everyone in CRAHW I congratulate Dr Kimberly Ashby-Mitchell on winning the 2016 ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) Best Thesis Award," said Professor Kaarin Anstey, Centre Director and ARC CEPAR Chief Investigator.

"This is the first best thesis award offered by CEPAR," said Professor Anstey who also supervised Kimberly throughout her doctorate.  Kimberly's thesis investigated modifiable risk factors for dementia in Australia and Latin America.

"After graduating Kimberly left Australia to work at the World Health Organisation (WHO) and will soon take up a new role as Senior Public Health Officer at the Caribbean Public Health Agency later this month".

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