Centenary Institute’s rising stars

16/03/2020

The Centenary Institute’s Dr Stefan Oehlers (Immune-vascular Interactions Laboratory within the Tuberculosis Research Program), Dr Jessamy Tiffen (Melanoma Oncology and Immunology Program) and Dr Hui Emma Zhang (Liver Enzymes in Metabolism and Inflammation Program) have all been named on the Educator’s list of Higher Education Rising Stars for 2020.

The list showcases individuals across the higher education spectrum who are making waves in the early stages of their careers and who have demonstrated leadership, innovation and achievement in their career to date.

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