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Professor Jonathan Shaw

MD | MRCP (UK) | FRACP | FAAHMS

Professor Jonathan Shaw

Head: Clinical Diabetes and Epidemiology

Lead: Population Health Domain and Diabetes Complications Program

Baker Specialist Clinics, Diabetes Clinic

 

La Trobe University supervisor

Monash University Adjunct Professor

Torrens University supervisor

NHMRC Senior Research Fellow, Consultant Physician

+61 3 8532 1821

Professor Jonathan Shaw underwent his clinical and research training in the UK. He is Deputy Director (Clinical and Population Health) at Melbourne’s Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute, where his research focuses on epidemiology and clinical research in diabetes, and he is also a consultant physician in the diabetes services. He has authored over 500 peer-reviewed scientific papers and 35 book chapters. He is the Chair of the Diabetes Advisory Group to the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare, Council member of the Australian Diabetes Society, and a Past-President of the International Diabetes Epidemiology Group. His awards include the global Novartis Diabetes Award (for research) (2006), the International Diabetes Epidemiology Group Peter Bennett award (2011), the Australian Diabetes Society's Jeff Flack Diabetes Data award (2015), and the Australian Diabetes Society's Kellion award (2108). In 2014, he was included in the Thomson Reuters The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds, which listed the 1% most highly cited scientists in the world since 2002. In 2017 and 2018, he was included in the Clarivate list of the world’s most Highly Cited Researchers. In 2020, he was listed in the Stanford University listing of the world’s top 2% of researchers.

Achievements

  • Australian Diabetes Society Kellion Award (2018)
  • Jeff Flack Diabetes Data Award (2015)
  • International Diabetes Epidemiology Group Peter Bennett Award (2011)
  • President of the International Diabetes Epidemiology Group (2009–2011)
  • Global Novartis Diabetes Award (for research) (2006)

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