It has been a great year for mentoring and working with the next generation of health professionals and scientists at NBRI and Nutrition Biomed!
Hayden and Sam, two of our young researchers, have both this year completed their university studies and are looking forward to commencing work in the new year. Hayden will be working as a doctor at Western Health, while Sam has graduated with a Masters of Public Health and Graduate Diploma in Biostatics with work lined up in this field. We’re very proud of what our staff have been able to achieve!
Meanwhile, another dynamic young dietitian, Laura Boldiston, recently complete her 12 month mentorship program with Dr Maree Brinkman to become a fully accredited practising dietitian. Congratulations Laura and we will be following your career with great interest!
Rahaf Bojeh also completed a 100 hour placement this year at Nutrition Biomed under Dr Maree Brinkman’s supervision as a requirement for her Bachelor of Food and Nutrition Sciences. We are delighted to learn that Rahaf has been accepted into the Master’s of Nutrition and Dietetics Program at Deakin University in 2020. Well done Rahaf, it’s great to see another passionate young dietitian in training!