Fellows of the Royal Society of NSW (J)

On this page are listed brief biographies of the following Fellows.
The recorded year references the date on which the Fellow joined the Society,
while the suffixed entry displays the Branch with which the Fellow is associated.

  • Davina Jackson, Fellow (2020) : Sydney
  • Lisa Jackson Pulver, Fellow (2021) : Sydney
  • Ian Jacobs, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
  • Michael Jacobson, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
  • Annamarie Jagose, Fellow (2021) : Sydney
  • Andrew Jakubowicz, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
  • Graeme Jameson, Fellow (2014) : Hunter
  • Paul Jeans, Fellow (2017) : Hunter
  • Alan Jeary, Fellow (2017) : Overseas
  • Stanley Jeffery, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
  • Rebecca Johnson, Fellow (2016) : Overseas
  • Rebecca Johnson, Fellow (2016) : Overseas
  • Emma Johnston, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
  • Graham Johnston, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
  • Katrina Jolliffe, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
  • Mark Jones, Fellow (2019) : Hunter
  • Nalini Joshi, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
  • The Honorable Virginia Judge, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
  • Pramod Junankar, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
  • Davina Jackson, Fellow (2020) : Sydney
    FRSN M Arch (UNSW) PhD (Kent) FRSA FRGS
    International Writer and Promoter

    Davina Jackson is an author, editor, curator, scholar, and cultural strategist who has promoted, catalysed and, recorded significant trans-millenial advances in science and the arts, in Australia and internationally.

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    Lisa Jackson Pulver, Fellow (2021) : Sydney
    AM FRSN MPH (Syd.) MA (Deakin) PhD (Syd.) GradDipAppEpi (NSW DoH)
    Deputy Vice-Chancellor (indigenous Strategy and Services ), University of Sydney

    Lisa Jackson Pulver is a visionary academic who places indigenous issues and inclusion at the heart of her work as an epidemiologist, medical educator, and university leader.

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    Ian Jacobs, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
    FRSN BA MA (Cantab) MB BS (UCL) MD (London)
    President and Vice-Chancellor, UNSW (Sydney)

    Ian Jacobs is an internationally recognised research leader in ovarian cancer screening and a senior academic leader in both the United Kingdom and Australia.

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    Michael Jacobson, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
    FRSN PhD (UIUC)
    Professor of Education, Sydney School of Education and Social Work, University of Sydney

    Michael Jacobson is an internationally recognised scholar in the design of advanced learning to foster deep conceptual understanding, conceptual change, and knowledge transfer in challenging conceptual domains.

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    Annamarie Jagose, Fellow (2021) : Sydney
    FRSN BA MA (Canterbury) PhD (VUW) FAHA
    Executive Dean, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Sydney

    Annamarie Jagose is an academic who is known world-wide for work that often anticipates critical turns in field debates, including sexual historiography, queer temporalities and post-criticality.

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    Andrew Jakubowicz, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
    FRSN BA (Hons) (Syd.) PhD (UNSW) MAICD
    Professor Emeritus, Department of Sociology, University of Technology Sydney

    Andrew Jakubowicz is a well known scholar and adviser on multiculturalism, including in social media and television documentaries.

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    Graeme Jameson, Fellow (2014) : Hunter
    AO FRSN BSc (UNSW) PhD (Cantab) FRS FAA FTSE
    Distinguished Laureate Professor, School of Engineering, University of Newcastle

    Graeme Jameson is a distinguished academic and engineer, widely recognised for his invention of the Jameson Cell separation device for the minerals industry.

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    Paul Jeans, Fellow (2017) : Hunter
    FRSN BE (UNSW) FIEAust FAICD
    Chancellor, University of Newcastle

    Paul Jeans has held senior leadership roles in industry and business, as a company director and, most recently, as Chancellor of the University of Newcastle.

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    Alan Jeary, Fellow (2017) : Overseas
    AO FRSN PhD DSc (Eng) (UCL) FRMetS FHKMetS FIStructE FAIB FIEAust
    Partner and CTO, STRAAM Group

    Dr Jeary is a distinguished civil engineer and Telford Gold Medal Recipient.

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    Stanley Jeffery, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
    FRSN MBA (Monash) DTech (Deakin) KSJ
    Managing Director and CEO, International Capital Growth Services

    Stan Jeffery has driven the creation of technology parks in Australia, stimulating the success of several innovative companies, thereby contributing significantly to the national economy and fostering relations with international trading partners.

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    Rebecca Johnson, Fellow (2016) : Overseas
    FRSN BSc (Hons) (Syd.) PhD (La Trobe)
    Director, Australian Museum Research Institute, Australian Museum

    Rebecca Johnson is a highly regarded scientist in the fields of wildlife forensics and conservation genetics and holds an executive leadership role in the Australian Museum.

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    Rebecca Johnson, Fellow (2016) : Overseas
    FRSN
    Associate Director for Science and Chief Scientist, Smithsonian Institute, National Museum of Natural History

    Dr Johnson holds an executive leadership role as Director of the Australian Museum Research Institute, and is also an active scientist in the fields of Wildlife Forensics and conservation genetics

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    Emma Johnston, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
    AO FRSN BSc (Hons) PhD (Melb.) FTSE
    Professor of Marine Ecology and Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Research), UNSW (Sydney)

    Emma Johnston is a leading authority in the field of coastal ecology whose world-class research, outreach and advocacy initiatives have greatly advanced both scientific and public understanding of coastal ecosystems.

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    Graham Johnston, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
    AM FRSN MSc PhD DPharm FTSE FRACI
    Emeritus Professor of Pharmacology and Medicinal Chemistry, School of Medical Sciences, University of Sydney

    Graham Johnston has made significant contributions to pharmacology, medicinal chemistry, scientific organisations, and science policy development.

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    Katrina Jolliffe, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
    FRSN BSc(Hons) PhD (Syd.) FAA FRACI
    Payne-Scott Professor, School of Chemistry, University of Sydney

    Katrina (Kate) Jolliffe has made internationally recognised contributions to the discipline of chemistry. Her research focuses on the design and synthesis of molecules capable of performing specific functions for a diverse range of applications.

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    Mark Jones, Fellow (2019) : Hunter
    FRSN BSc (Hons) PhD (Greenwich) FIMechE FIEAust
    Professor of Bulk Solids Handling and Head, School of Engineering, University of Newcastle

    Mark Jones is a respected engineer who leads an internationally recognised research centre in Bulk Materials Handling. He contributes to academic leadership and governance at the University of Newcastle.

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    Nalini Joshi, Fellow (2015) : Sydney
    AO FRSN BSc (Hons) MA PhD FAA FAustMS
    Payne-Scott Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, University of Sydney

    Nalini Joshi is a distinguished mathematician and a world leader in the theory and applications of differential equations. She is a past President of the Australian Mathematical Society and a Vice-President of the International Mathematical Union.

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    The Honorable Virginia Judge, Fellow (2017) : Sydney
    FRSN BEd (ANU) GAICD
    Development Manager, Strategic Partnerships, Heart Research Institute Newtown

    A passionate advocate of the Arts and Science in this State, the Honourable Virginia Judge has given great service both as a Minister of the Crown but as the Director of Stakeholder Management with the Childrens' Medical Research Institute.

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    Pramod Junankar, Fellow (2016) : Sydney
    FRSN MSc(Econ) (LSE) PhD (Essex)
    Emeritus Professor, School of Business, Western Sydney University

    Raja Junankar is an acknowledged expert in macroeconomics, labour economics, development economics, and agricultural economics.

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