Karolinksa Prize in Medical Education
Congratulations to Professor Liz Molloy on being selected from a competitive international field as a Institute Fellow in Medical Education.
Nominations were made by past winners of the Karolinksa Prize in Medical Education, and nominees went through a three-stage assessment process to arrive at 12 fellows worldwide.
This prestigious program is sponsored by the Gunnar Hoglund and Anna-Stina Malmborg Foundation to nurture outstanding researchers in medical education and includes an intensive program in Stockholm (Sweden) in November.
Professor Molloy intends to further develop her network of research collaborators and to proudly represent the University of Melbourne amongst this prestigious group.
She will focus on further developing two programs of research including improving student feedback literacy and the role of intellectual candour in work-based education.
More information on Professor Molloy's feedback literacy research can be found here.