Awards & Qualifications
Rhodes Scholarship New Zealand
Hector Maclean Ophthalmology Prize Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists Victoria, 2016
Sir Edward Hughes Medal and Prize in Surgery Monash University 2016
Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Prize for Excellence in Geriatric Medicine 2016
McBride-White Award Melbourne Ophthalmic Alumni Conference 2015
Emerging Talent AIMES Scholarship The North Harbour Club 2014
AMA-EH Memorial Medal in Anaesthesia Monash University, Department of Anaesthesia 2014
Year 3 MBBS Faculty Prize Monash University 2013
McInnes Prize Monash University 2013
Academic Collegian of the Year Mannix College 2012
Monash University Scholarship for Excellence Monash University 2011
MBBS (Hons) BMedSci (Hons)
Rhodes Scholar and DPhil Student
Lewis is the recipient of the prestigious Rhodes Scholarship for New Zealand. Lewis moved to Australia to complete his medical training at Monash University in Melbourne. There, he also completed his first-class honours BMedSci degree at the Centre for Eye Research Australia on retinal ganglion cell injury and recovery. Before moving to Oxford, Lewis worked as a junior doctor at the Alfred Hospital in Victoria, Australia and taught medical students at Monash University.
Lewis is currently working towards a DPhil in Clinical Neuroscience under the supervision of Professor Robert MacLaren. His research focuses on utilising CRISPR-Cas9 for the treatment of inherited retinal degenerations, including retinitis pigmentosa.
What are we injecting with our drugs?
Merry AF. et al, (2017), Anaesth Intensive Care, 45, 539 - 542
Substance Abuse Disorder (Perioperative)
Fry RA. and Fry LE., (2017), Essence of Anesthesia Practice, 393 - 393
Crowston JG. et al, (2017), Eye (Lond), 31, 196 - 198
Fry LE. and Fry RA., (2015), Can J Anaesth, 62, 1346 - 1347
The impaired student: substance abuse in medical students
Fry LE., (2015), Australian Medical Student Journal, 6, 39 - 42