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Tagged as Remarkable alumni

Turning a love of anatomy into a career as a paramedic

When Tomoaki Shiratsuchi began his undergraduate degree, his plan was to become a doctor, but a turn at paramedicine changed his career path entirely  When Tomoaki began his… Read More

A dentistry graduate in the Royal Australian Air Force

Max Moody takes his skills in dentistry across the country and the world to help engage communities through public health outreach opportunities.   As a Griffith Dentistry graduate, Max Moody was… Read More

Bachelor of Biomedicine leads to unexpected career in embryology

When Lee-Sarose Orevich started her Bachelor of Biomedical Science, she was looking for a way to explore her love of science. What… Read More

A helping hand: Dentist filling the gaps where needed

Dr Mohit Tolani, Griffith alumnus, says that building community spirit and finding a way to give back with his skillset makes people smile in more ways than one. Read More

From nurse, to midwife, to Executive Director

Alanna Geary is the Executive Director of Nursing and Midwifery Services for Metro North Hospital and Health Service. With oversight of a nursing and midwifery staff… Read More

What COVID-19 has taught me as an intern doctor

Hayman Lui is in her first post-graduate year since finishing her Doctor of Medicine / PhD concurrent pathway at Griffith University. Here, she shares… Read More

Hard work, life-long learning, and a career in Cardiac Investigations

“I had no idea when I started university that I would be in position that I am now” – Luke Shanahan, Griffith University Alumnus… Read More

Turning life’s challenges into a change-making career opportunity

Ingrid Ozols is a graduate of the Master of Suicidology program. Her work sees her telling her personal story to deliver… Read More

Awards showcase outstanding Health alumni

From pediatric palliative care and humanitarian dental work to psychological support for First Australians, the 2018 Alumni Award Finalists showcase the rich diversity of Griffith’s… Read More

Humble humanitarian works year-round

Most health professionals have an underlying desire to help others but one extraordinary Health Group alumnus is using her expertise to ease the pain of thousands of people around the world, even during well earned holidays. A 2010 graduate from the Griffith University School of Dentistry and Oral Health, Ajitha Naidu Sugnanam has forged an outstanding vocation in service to her country as well as to those less fortunate than most. Read More