Fellows

Prof Dirk Hermanus van Papendorp

He obtained his Medical degree at the University of Pretoria in 1974 and his ECFMG diploma from Philadelphia, USA, the following year. After his internship at the Pretoria Academic Hospital he practiced for 2 years as general practitioner at the Van Riebeeck Medical Centre and Monument Park centre, Pretoria.

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Professor Johan Koeslag

Johan Koeslag was born in Witbank, Mpumalanga (previously the Eastern Transvaal), in 1940. He spent his childhood in Indonesia, Holland, Zululand, and Kenya. He received his secondary schooling at the Prince of Wales School in Nairobi, Kenya, from where he went on to study Medicine at the University of Cape Town from 1959 to 1964.

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Proffessor Amanda Lochner

Prof. Amanda Lochner graduated at the University of Stellenbosch [B.Sc. 1957 (cum Laude); M.Sc. 1959 (cum laude); D.Sc. 1964; Ph.D. 1977]. She was a research fellow in the Department of Medicine, University of Texas, South-Western Medical School, Dallas Texas 1962-1963.

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Professor David Gray      

Prof. David Gray was born in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North-East of England and he was educated (BSc and MSc) in England prior to taking up his first job as a research scientist in the Division of Endocrine Physiology and Pharmacology at the National Institute for Medical Research (NIMR), Mill Hill, London.

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Professor Barbara Huisamen

Prof. Huisamen is the chief specialist scientist with the Sa MRC in the Biomedical research and innovation platform and is an associate professor in the Biomedical Sciences department, division of medical physiology of the faculty of medicine and health Sciences at the Stellenbosch university.

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Professor Vivienne Russell

Prof. Russell is in the department of human Biology at the university of cape town, and is also a fractional professor in the School of laboratory medicine and medical Science at the college of health Sciences, university of Kwazulu-natal. her research field is neuroscience in which she focuses on animal models of brain disorders.

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Duncan Mitchell

Born in Germiston, Duncan Mitchell now is Emeritus Professor of Physiology at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, and Honorary Professorial Research Fellow in its Brain Function Research Group, from the directorship of which he retired in 2006.

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