Prof. Helen Bartlett
President, Pro Vice-Chancellor, Chief Executive, Monash University Malaysia
Professor Helen Bartlett was appointed President & Pro Vice-Chancellor of Monash University Malaysia in January 2013. She holds a PhD and MSc Public Policy from the University of Bath and BA from Northumbria University in the UK.
Professor Bartlett’s research and education career spans some 30 years. She has held senior leadership roles at all organisational levels in universities in UK, Hong Kong and Australia. Prior to her current role, she was PVC & President of Monash University’s Gippsland campus. She has also held positions as Foundation Director of the Australasian Centre on Ageing at the University of Queensland, Director of the Oxford Centre for Health Care Research & Development and Director of the Oxford Dementia Centre at Oxford Brookes University.
Professor Bartlett has an international research record in Gerontology. Her work has included studies in East and Southeast Asia and has been published extensively. She has been awarded numerous national and international competitive research grants and government consultancies. Professor Bartlett currently serves as an Advisory Board member of the Jeffrey Cheah Institute of South East Asia and the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing at the University of New South Wales.
Over her career, Professor Bartlett has provided leadership in research capacity building, transnational education, partnership development and talent management. She has led many university initiatives in student access and participation, and university-community engagement.