Image: Professor Merlin Crossley, Trustee

Professor Merlin Crossley, Trustee

Professor Merlin Crossley

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Merlin Crossley is the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Education at the University of New South Wales (UNSW). Prior to taking that position he was Dean of Science at UNSW. A molecular biologist by training, he studied at the Universities of Melbourne and Oxford (as a Rhodes Scholar) and has researched gene regulation and genetic disease at Oxford, Harvard, Sydney and UNSW. His awards include the Australian Academy of Science's Gottschalk Medal, the Royal Society of NSW's Edgeworth David Medal, the Australian Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's Roche Medal and the Lorne Genome Conference's Julian Wells Medal. He is a committed undergraduate and post-graduate teacher and has received a Vice-Chancellor's Award for Higher Research Degree Supervision. He was appointed to the Trust in January 2012.

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