Graduates In Focus
This page demonstrates the exciting achievements of graduates from the University of Adelaide.
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Christopher X Wong
Chris graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2010. He was involved with the Adelaide Medical Students’ Society at university and also the Australian Medical Student Association when the National Executive was in Adelaide. His training in internal medicine and cardiology was based at the Royal Adelaide Hospital with time also spent in the United Kingdom. He is currently undertaking a fellowship in cardiac electrophysiology and pacing, and has further plans to gain additional experience in the United States. Chris has a particular passion for medical research and supervises a number of medical students, junior doctors, and higher degree students.
Jarrad is currently undertaking Basic Physician Training at the Central Adelaide Local Health Network (CALHN) after completing his internship at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. He competed his medical degree at the University of Adelaide in 2018 and recently finished studying a Graduate Certificate of Clinical Education at Flinders University. Jarrad is currently one of the AMSF Graduate Directors and has developed an interest in governance with experience on multiple Boards. He is also on the board of the DREAMIN Foundation, a non-profit aimed at serving South Australians. He is a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and undertaking additional education in this field.
Hannah Wu (Hannah Pham)
Hannah graduated from the University of Adelaide in 2015. In medical school she developed her passion for medical education and was crucial in the development of two student societies – PathSoc and MedTutes, as well as being involved with the Adelaide Medical Students’ Society. She remains passionate about medical education, particularly assessment, and is published in this field. She is currently affiliated with the University of Adelaide teaching medical students. She is also involved with the online medical education platform eMedici and enjoys writing and reviewing MCQs.
Tom began his internship in 2014 after graduating from the University of Adelaide in 2013. During his time as a medical student, he was an instrumental in creating the Adelaide Medical Students’ Foundation and continues to guide its success. Tom strongly believes in cultivating a positive culture and in ‘giving back’, and his generosity and determination to improve things is well known. He is completing his advanced training in Respiratory and Thoracic Medicine, and will undertake a Lung Transplant fellowship at the Royal Prince Alfred hospital in Melbourne in 2021.