Regulation of Medical Cannabis


Samuel Halliday was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to investigate variances of international approaches to the regulation of medical cannabis – USA, Canada, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Israel

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Food Innovation


Hazel MacTavish-West was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to review state-of-the-art approaches to food innovation for value-added, convenient, healthy foods – Ireland, UK, Netherlands, Italy, Switzerland

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Cast Stone Technology


Edrei Stanton was awarded a Churchill Fellowship to gain knowledge of historical and current cast stone technology – UK, Italy, USA

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Welcome to the CFAT

The Churchill Fellows Association of Tasmania (CFAT) is an affiliate of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust, with a membership made up of recipients of Churchill Fellowships in Tasmania.

The CFAT aims to encourage Churchill Fellows to:

  • disseminate information about their fields of interest
  • provide opportunities for new Fellows to meet other Fellows and assist them in any way possible
  • represent the interests of Churchill Fellows in Tasmania
  • support visiting Fellows
  • provide information about Fellowships to potential applicants.

1994 Churchill Fellow Robert Parker

Learning globally, inspire locallly.

Our Fellows are totally diverse and invariably innovative. Their projects are the result of extra endeavour and show an aspect of striving for excellence. These are the hallmarks of a Churchill Fellow.

The Churchill Trust can support any worthwhile pursuit with no preconceptions as to what form it can take. This is evidenced clearly by the extraordinary variety of fields in which Churchill Fellows are involved.

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