Division of Tropical Health and Medicine DTHM Honorary Academic Titles
DTHM Honorary Academic Titles
- Future Students
- Current Students
- Research and Teaching
- Partners and Community
- About JCU
- Celebrating 50 Years
- Anton Breinl Research Centre
- Living on Campus
- Advanced Analytical Centre
- Applying to JCU
- Australian Lions Stinger Research
- Australian Tropical Herbarium
- Association of Australian University Secretaries
- Careers and Employability
- Australian Quantum & Classical Transport Physics Group
- Centre for International Trade and Business in Asia
- Centre for Tropical Bioinformatics and Molecular Biology
- College of Business, Law and Governance
- College of Healthcare Sciences
- College of Medicine and Dentistry
- College of Science and Engineering
- COVID-19 Advice
- Daintree Rainforest Observatory
- Diploma of Higher Education
- Division of Research and Innovation
- Division of Tropical Environments and Societies
- Division of Tropical Health and Medicine
- Economic Geology Research Centre
- Foundation for Australian Literary Studies
- Give to JCU
- Graduate Research School
- JCU Ideas Lab
- Indigenous Education and Research Centre
- IT Services
- International Students
- JCU Eduquarium
- JCU Global Experience
- JCU Halls of Residence
- Language and Culture Research Centre
- Marine Geophysics Laboratory
- New Students
- Off-Campus Students
- Open Day
- Outstanding Alumni Awards
- Parents and Partners
- Pathways to University
- Planning and Performance
- Planning for your future
- Professional Experience Placement
- Rapid Assessment Unit
- JCU Connect
- Safety and Wellbeing
- Scholarships @ JCU
- Study Now
- Student Equity and Wellbeing
- VAVS Home
- WHOCC for Vector-borne & NTDs
- Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine
A MESSAGE FROM THE DEPUTY VICE CHANCELLOR, DIVISION OF TROPICAL HEALTH AND MEDICINE
James Cook University (JCU) has a longstanding commitment to improving health in rural, remote, Indigenous and Tropical communities in Australia and worldwide. Working with local, national and regional partners, we deliver world-class education and research that addresses the key health challenges facing regional, rural, remote, Indigenous and Tropical populations across the globe.
Critical to this success are the many health and medical professionals from across our partners who make a substantial contribution to our education, research or other professional endeavors. The commitment of these individuals to training the next generation of health professionals and to addressing the most challenging health issues facing Tropical Australia and the Topics worldwide is to be commended.
Previously, these individuals were recognised as JCU Adjuncts. To better reflect the significant and sustained contribution of these individuals, health and medical professionals are now able to nominate to hold a Full Academic Title at JCU. I encourage all health and medical professionals who contribute to our education, research or other service activities to consider applying for a Full Academic Title.
I look forward to your involvement with JCU as a Full Academic titleholder or Adjunct appointee as we continue to advance the health of people across northern Australia and beyond.
Professor Ian Wronski AO
Deputy Vice Chancellor, Division of Tropical Health and Medicine
James Cook University
STANDARD BENEFITS FOR FULL ACADEMIC TITLEHOLDERS
- Ability to use the full academic title and status of the University.
- Access to JCU library resources.
- Computing access
- JCU newsletters and on-line media
- Professional Development.
- Access to awards.
- Student supervision.
- Web presence
- JCU staff ID card.
- Other privileges and benefits that the University deems should also be made available.
Further information on these benefits can be found in the DTHM Guidelines for Full Academic Title Holders.