Prof Rodney Hicks has worked tirelessly in the area of NET research and treatment for over 20 years and this recognition is significant and very well deserved.
The Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences held its first Annual Scientific Meeting at the Australian National University in Canberra on 6th October. The Academy recognises the opportunities that exist through health and medical research to achieve for Australia a world-leading, efficient and effective health care system. At this meeting the Academy announced the induction of 77 new fellows, including our very own Prof Rodney Hicks.
Professor Frazer, President of the Academy, said: "……Their election as Fellow reflects the international standing of their contribution to health and medical science through research, through leadership, and through service. Their future contribution to the field will contribute to ensuring that users of the healthcare system in Australia are offered the best quality of care using the latest advances in health research.
We congratulate Rod on this great acheivement that recognises the passion, dedication and care he puts into treating NET Cancer patients. Well done Rod.