As Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-President (Education) at Monash University, Professor Susan Elliott leads a dedicated Education portfolio, and is focussed on actively promoting engagement and advocacy in shaping the University’s education agenda.
Professor Susan Elliott joined Monash University in 2017 from The University of Melbourne where she held the position of Deputy Provost and Deputy Vice-Chancellor (International). Professor Elliott is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, and her many appointments on national and international committees include immediate Past President of the Asia Pacific Association for International Education (APAIE) – the first Australian and first female academic to be elected to the position. She is a member of the Asia Pacific Rim Universities (APRU) International Policy Advisory Committee and she has also served as a Board member for the Australia India Institute.
Medical education has been a key focus among Professor Elliott’s research interests, and she has published extensively on the scholarship of education. Her academic qualifications include Bachelors of Medicine and Surgery, Doctor of Medicine (by thesis), and Graduate Certificates of Higher Education and Health Economics.