UCT RESEARCH INNOVATION HIGHLIGHTS 2018-19 - Page 13



In addition to three new P-ratings
and two new A-ratings, UCT saw
four of its researchers re-evaluated
as A-rated during 2018.
Associate Professor Edmund February
Faculty of Science
Hamilton Naki Award
The Hamilton Naki Award went
to UCT, with Associate Professor
Edmund February, from the biological
sciences department, being honoured
for “achieving world-class research
performance despite considerable
challenges”. February has overcome
significant difficulties in his life to
rise through the academic ranks and
become an international leader in the
field of plant ecology.
rofessor Hans-Peter Kunzi
P
Department of Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics
Professor Edward Rybicki
Department of Molecular and Cell
Biology
Professor Heather Zar
Department of Paediatrics and Child
Health
Professor George Ekama
Department of Civil Engineering
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2019
This year, UCT welcomed the A-rating of seven of its researchers. Of
the year’s 21 A-ratings across the country, seven were from UCT. One,
Professor Gary Maartens, was awarded an A rating for the first time; the other six were
re-evaluated and retained their A ratings.
rofessor Gary Maartens
P
Department of Medicine
Professor Harold Kincaid
School of Economics
Professor Don Ross
School of Economics
Professor Igor Barashenkov
Department of Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics
rofessor Philippe-Joseph Salazar
P
Centre for Rhetoric Studies
Professor Dan Stein
Department of Psychiatry
and Mental Health
Professor Douglas Butterworth
Department of Mathematics and
Applied Mathematics
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