RANZCP honours Michael Breakspear

Prof. Michael Breakspear

Prof. Michael Breakspear (photo courtesy QIMR)

The accolades keep coming for Professor Michael Breakspear who has received the Royal Australian & New Zealand College of Psychiatrists Senior Research Award for his significant contribution to psychiatric research.

Prof.  Breakspear, who was Metro North’s Inaugural Researcher of the Year in 2016 and is Group Leader of the Systems Neuroscience Group at QIMR Berghofer, is known internationally for his ground-breaking research into the application of brain network theory to understand psychiatric disorders.

The RANZCP Senior Research Award was established in 1978 to recognise excellence in research in psychiatry in Australia and New Zealand. It is made annually to the Fellow or Fellows who, in the opinion of the Selection Panel, have made the most significant contribution to psychiatric research in Australia and New Zealand over the preceding five years.

2017-12-12T22:52:10+00:0010 April 2017|
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