Waite-based Emeritus Professor Peter Langridge is among 22 Australians recognised for their outstanding contributions to science by being elected Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science.
With the addition of 22 new Fellows, the Fellowship now stands at a total of 590 Fellows. Peter Langridge is not the only University of Adelaide Fellow to join the ranks of outstanding academids, UoA Vice Chancellor Peter Høj is also named as new 2022 Fellow to the Academy.
The full list of new Fellows:
Thomas Calma – Chancellor, University of Canberra, Naomi McClure-Griffiths – Astronomer, Australian National University, Ute Roessner – Plant scientist, Australian National University
Katherine Belov – Biologist, University of Sydney, Marcela Bilek – Physicist, University of Sydney, John Cannon – Pure mathematician, University of Sydney, Catherine Greenhill – Pure mathematician, UNSW Sydney, Michelle Haber – Childhood cancer scientist, UNSW Sydney, Emma Johnston – Marine ecologist, UNSW Sydney, Albert Zomaya – Computer scientist, University of Sydney
Stuart Bunn – Freshwater ecologist, Griffith University, Janice Lough – Climate scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science, Sarah Medland – Statistical geneticist, QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Huijun Zhao – Chemist, Griffith University
Matthew Bailes – Astrophysicist, Swinburne University of Technology, Kate Smith-Miles – Applied mathematician, University of Melbourne
Peter Høj – Vice-Chancellor, University of Adelaide, Timothy Hughes – Haematologist, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, Peter Langridge – Agricultural researcher, University of Adelaide, Craig Simmons – Groundwater scientist, Flinders University
Elizabeth Fulton – Ecosystem modeller, CSIRO Oceans and Atmosphere
Jonathan Carapetis – Paediatric physician, Telethon Kids Institute