UQ alumni in the news

UQ is proud of the achievements of its alumni in Australia and around the world ... here are some we've 'pinned'
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Most people will remember Mark Loane as a formidable rugby union player, but after footy he became an eye doctor with a passion for helping people in remote and regional areas.

Most people will remember Mark Loane as a formidable rugby union player, but after footy he became an eye doctor with a passion for helping people in remote and regional areas.

Giving something back - Alumni and Community - The University of Queensland, Australia

Giving something back - Alumni and Community - The University of Queensland, Australia

Dr Alexia Murphy has won a World Cancer Research Fund International Academy Fellowship.

Dr Alexia Murphy has won a World Cancer Research Fund International Academy Fellowship.

UQ alumnus helping Colombo's fishing cats - Alumni and Community - The University of Queensland, Australia

UQ alumnus helping Colombo's fishing cats - Alumni and Community - The University of Queensland, Australia

Dr Mark Loane will present at UQ's prestigious Errol Solomon Meyers Memorial Lecture 2014.

Dr Mark Loane will present at UQ's prestigious Errol Solomon Meyers Memorial Lecture 2014.

Dr Irina Vetterwon the WiT Rising Star Award for her research to understand the causes of pain and develop new treatments for the one in five Australians living with chronic pain.

Dr Irina Vetterwon the WiT Rising Star Award for her research to understand the causes of pain and develop new treatments for the one in five Australians living with chronic pain.

The Nanopatch was invented at UQ’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) by Professor Mark Kendall.

The Nanopatch was invented at UQ’s Australian Institute for Bioengineering and Nanotechnology (AIBN) by Professor Mark Kendall.

Wotif founder Graeme Wood still holds 15.5 per cent of the company. UQ alumnus.

Wotif founder Graeme Wood still holds 15.5 per cent of the company. UQ alumnus.

A burrowing frog (Cyclorana alboguttata) is shown emerging from dormancy. Beau Reilly, lead author of the study

A burrowing frog (Cyclorana alboguttata) is shown emerging from dormancy. Beau Reilly, lead author of the study

UQ alumnus Melanie Schlanger suiting up for record bid

UQ alumnus Melanie Schlanger suiting up for record bid

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