University of Western Australia

The University of Western Australia (also known as UWA) is located in the City of Perth and has about 15,000 undergraduates and about 4,500 graduates. The university’s nine faculties include professional schools for business, law, and medicine, dentistry and health sciences as well as a Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Social Science and a Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences. Research at the University of Western Australia is focused on six strategic research areas: plants, animals, agriculture and environment; minerals, oil and gas; biomedical and translational approaches to health; indigenous knowledge; bio-engineering and bio-imaging; and neurosciences. Barry Marshall, a professor at UWA’s medical school, shared the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine in 2005 for his work on ulcers.

Total staff score
358 points
# Scientist Country Public Score Academic Score Overall Score
Barry Barry Marshall
Barry James Marshall
Biologist (Clinical Microbiologist)
Australia 0 358 358