A leading audiologist and researcher from The University of Western Australia has taken out a joint Woodside STEM Excellence Award at the Business News 40under40 awards.
Dr Christopher Brennan-Jones, clinical senior lecturer at UWA’s Medical School and team leader of the Ear Health research team at Telethon Kids Institute was recognised for his significant impact towards improving outcomes for children who have glue ear and hearing loss. Dr Brennan-Jones is also a UWA graduate with a Doctor of Philosophy.
The 40under40 awards celebrate Western Australia’s top business talent across a diverse mix of sectors, from finance, manufacturing and health, to creative arts and community leaders.
Seven other graduates from UWA were also recognised in the awards including –
Aaron McDonald who graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Master of Laws
Bec Johnson who graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts
Bernadette Olivier who graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts
Dayna Pool who graduated with a Doctor of Philosophy
Gemma Taylor who graduated with a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Commerce
Megan Nielsen who graduated with a Bachelor of Commerce
Dr Tony Caccetta who graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery