Geoffrey Betts Postdoctoral Fellowship

Geoffrey Betts AM, MBE

Geoffrey James Betts AM, MBE, was born in Sydney in 1920. Geoff became President of the Rotary Club of Geelong from 1975-76. He was then involved in a number of district committees, culminating in his service as governor of District 9780 in 1979-1980.
 
Geoff's involvement in the work of Australian Rotary Health began when he was invited to membership of the steering committee in 1981 and so became a foundation member of the fund and board serving ten years including five years as vice chairman. He was the second chairman of Australian Rotary Health.
 
Geoff Betts was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia for his services to the community. Geoff was named a Life member of the Australian Rotary Health in 1991.

Geoffrey Betts Postdoctoral Fellow (Mental Illness)
 
From 2009
Dr Amanda Gabrielle
Murdoch Children's Research Institute, VIC
Amount Awarded: $75,000 per annum
Determinants of poor psychological outcome of fetal aniepileptic drug exposure.

2006 - 2007
Dr Melanie Porter
Macquarie University, NSW
Amount Awarded: $75,000 per annum
A cognitive neuropsychological model of social processing: identification and treatment of social processing deficits.