Honorary Scholars

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From time to time, the University of Sydney offers Honorary titles to outstanding researchers and leaders in health from around the world. In addition, many of our leading scientists and teachers also hold Honorary Titles at prominent universities abroad.

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China

Professor Des Richardson
Professor, Sydney Medical School
Honorary Professor - Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Dec 2011–Nov 2013

Professor Bruce Robinson
Dean, Sydney Medical School
Honorary Professor - Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Ongoing

Professor CHEN Guoqiang
Dean, Shanghai Jiao Tong University School of Medicine
Honorary Professor
12 Aug 2009–11 Aug 11 Aug 2012

Vice Minister HUANG Jiefu
Vice Minister, The Ministry of Health
Honorary Professor
Has held this title since 2008. New appointment runs until 11 Aug 2014

India

Professor K Srinath Reddy
President, Public Health Foundation of India
Honorary Professor
1 Dec 2011–30 Nov 2014

Indonesia

Professor Sangkot Marzuki AM MD PhD DSc
Director, Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology
Honorary Professor of the University of Sydney
11 Jan 2011–10 Jan 2014

Professor Herawati Sudoyo, MD PhD
Principal Investigator and Executive Manager, Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology
Honorary Associate Professor
11 Jan 2011–10 Jan 2014

Professor David Handojo Muljono, MD PhD
Eijkman Institute for Molecular Biology
Honorary Associate Professor
1 Sep 2011–31 Aug 2014

Timor Leste

His Excellency Dr Nelson Martins
Minister of Health
Adjunct Professor
6 Sept 2011–5 Nov 2014

Viet Nam

Emeritus Professor Kerry Goulston
Emeritus Professor University of Sydney
Honorary Professor of Hanoi Medical University
Ongoing

Emeritus Professor Kim Oates
Emeritus Professor University of Sydney
Honorary Professor of Hanoi Medical University
Ongoing

Professor Bruce Robinson
Dean, Sydney Medical School
Honorary Professor - Hanoi Medical University
Ongoing

Professor Bruce Robinson
Dean, Sydney Medical School
Honorary Professor - University of Medicine and Pharmacy, Ho Chi Minh City
Ongoing