Quinlan D. Buchlak, a final-year Medicine student and PhD candidate at The University of Notre Dame’s School of Medicine, Sydney, is the lead author on an article titled ‘Ethical thinking machines in surgery and the requirement for clinical leadership’, which was published by The American Journal of Surgery this month.
Director of On My Feet and Notre Dame Alumnus Ayden Doohan likes to remind people you don’t have to be a counsellor or a caseworker to make a difference in people’s lives.
The University of Notre Dame’s School of Education, Sydney has hosted this year’s Awards Ceremony online, acknowledging the School’s most outstanding students and newest Higher Degree by Research graduates.
Dr Rohan Carter has spent much of his working life in regional settings, whether that be down in Albany or all the way up in the Kimberley. His love of the wide open country has led to him becoming highly regarded in Aboriginal Health and offers a unique insight to the challenges and obstacles faced by rural communities.
Postgraduate student Sarah Ayoub has been awarded an Australia Council Resilience Grant and invited to be Writer-in-Residence at Sweatshop Western Sydney, all while working on her PhD and preparing for the arrival of her third child.