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Philip Batterham

Honorary
Biosciences
Genetics
metabolism
Genomics
Identifying mechanisms
Receptor function
Insecticides
Behaviour
prediction
pest management
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Prof

Philip Batterham

 
Division
Science
 
Primary Interest
Insecticide resistance
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Prof

Philip Batterham

 

Professor Phil Batterham completed a BSc(Hons) at LaTrobe University and a PhD in Genetics at Monash University. Following two years of postdoctoral research at Syracuse University (USA), he came to the University of Melbourne as a Research Fellow before being appointed as a Lecturer in Genetics.

In rising to the level of Professor, Phil has served the University as Associate Dean (Science) – Communications and Development and Provost’s Fellow – Student Experience. Phil has been recognized at the national level for his research, teaching and science communication. The Genetics Society of AustralAsia awarded him the MJD White Medal for research excellence in Genetics. Phil was also awarded the Carrick Citation for his ‘exceptional record in the supervision, support and career mentoring of research higher degree students’ and he has been a five time finalist in the Eureka Prize for Public Communication of Science. Phil has organized several major international conferences including the International Congress of Genetics (2003) and a UN Conference on Global Health (2010). He is the current President of the International Genetics Federation.

Projects

Displaying the 42 most recent projects by Philip Batterham.

42

Projects

Project Types


24

Research Grant


15

Research Contracts


3

Internal Research Grant


Scholarly Works

Displaying the 114 most recent scholarly works by Philip Batterham.

Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2015

Genetics Society of AustralAsia

2014

Club Melbourne

2013

Special Recognition Award

Melbourne Host Directorate - WorldMUN 2013

2006

Awarded for research and higher degree supervision and mentoring.

Carrick Institute

2006

Award for research and higher degree supervision.

University of Melbourne

2004

Victorian conference of the year.

Meetings and Events Australia

2004

Awarded for business services.

City of Melbourne

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Biosciences

President (2013-2018)

International Genetic Federation

President (2010-2012)

Genetics Society of Australasia

Ordinary Member

Genetics Society of America

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

Monash University

Bachelor of Science (Honours)

La Trobe University