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UCT’s 2019 women
in science winners
UCT Professor Tania Douglas and two postgraduate
researchers – Julia Healy and Sibabalo Noludwe –
were among the winners at the 2019 South African
Women in Science Awards (SAWiSA). The awards
recognise and reward excellence by women scientists
and researchers, and profile them as role models for
younger women.
Professor Tania Douglas
Faculty of Health Sciences
Distinguished Woman
Researcher in the Research
and Innovation category
Douglas, who is the
National Research
Foundation/Department
of Science and Technology
South African Research
Chair in Biomedical
Engineering and
Innovation, has research
interests covering medical
imaging and image
analysis, the contextually
appropriate health
technologies and health
innovation management.
Julia Healy
Faculty of Science
TATA Scholarship
Healy is enrolled for
a joint PhD degree at
UCT and the University
of Groningen. She is
investigating the neutral
hydrogen gas content
of galaxies in galaxy
clusters to understand
the processes that drive
galaxy evolution.
Sibabalo Noludwe
Faculty of Engineering
& the Built Environment
TATA Scholarship
Noludwe is doing her
master’s degree in
electrical engineering
at UCT with a focus on
power-system resilience
– a relatively new
concept in the industry.
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