Celebrating the 100th birthday of Professor Whyte, a clinical scientist and community health activist who encapsulated, in one person, so much of what we are trying to do today. He was a Professor in the JCSMR bridging the biomedical and clinical worlds, had an appointment in psychology, drew up plans for a medical school at ANU almost 50 years ago, and was active in community health, including in the Northern Territory. He had a stellar pedigree, including a DPhil at Oxford, but also obviously an adventurous spirit.
Wishing you a very happy birthday and many more to come.
He was a Founding Professor and Head of the Dept. Clinical Sciences at the JCSMR from 1966–1977 and a Visiting Fellow at the Dept. of Clinical Services at ANU in 1977. He was a Visiting Fellow at the NHMRC Social Psychiatry Unit at ANU between 1977–1979 and at the Dept. of Psychology from 1983–1984.