Dr Paul Eliadis, Haematologist and co-founder of Icon Cancer Centre, has been awarded an honorary doctorate in 2021 from the University of Queensland. The award of Doctor of Letters honoris causa recognises the impact that Dr Eliadis has had at the University, in the state and in the country, both through his leading medical career and his commitment to promoting the arts.
“Universities are very special institutions that need to be devoted to learning, not just turning people out for jobs. As a society, that is something we must afford.”
Dr Paul Eliadis
Icon Cancer Centre Co-Founder and Haematologist
About Dr Paul Eliadis
With over 35 years experience in Clinical Haematology and Oncology,
Dr Paul Eliadis is at the peak of his career. As a founder of Haematology and Oncology Clinics of Australia (HOCA), Dr Eliadis has and continues to support medical research that explores promising opportunities in cancer care.
The devotion to his profession extends from Medicine to an appreciation for the arts, ancient history and the classics. More recently, his support through a generous donation to the University of Queensland, has led to the creation of the Chair of Ancient History and the Classics within the newly named School for Historical and Philosophical Inquiry.
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