The Faculty of Health Sciences currently has 43 rated researchers. The complete list of the Faculty's NRF-rated researchers, grouped in the different categories as defined below, can be viewed on the Faculty NRF-Rated Researchers list.
A-rating | Leading international researchers
Researchers who are unequivocally recognised by their peers as leading international scholars in their field, and for the high quality and impact of their research output.
P-rating | Prestigious awards
Young researchers, usually younger than 35 years, who are recognised as having the potential to become leaders in their field.
B-rating | Internationally acclaimed researchers
Researchers who enjoy considerable international recognition for the high quality and impact of their recent research.
C-rating | Established researchers
Proven researchers who have maintained a constant high level of research productivity and whose work is regularly made known internationally.
Y-rating | Promising young researchers
Young researchers who have held a doctorate or equivalent qualification for less than five years at the time of application, and who have the potential to establish themselves as researchers.
*For more information on how to become an NRF-Rated researcher, visit the Faculty Research Office NRF Rating page, which offers guidance and preparation support for potential candidates.