Dr Alice Motion is a chemist and science communicator based at The University of Sydney. Her research focuses on open science and Science Communication, Outreach, Participation and Education (SCOPE). Finding ways to connect people with science and to make research more accessible is the overarching theme of Alice’s interdisciplinary research.
Terry joined the Ingham Institute Board in 2008 as the inaugural Chairman and has been pivotal in leading fellow Board Members to develop a world class medical research facility in South West Sydney.
Ms Amanda Larkin was appointed as Chief Executive in 2011 and is responsible for all south western Sydney public health services.
Mr Sam Hadded is the Chair of the Board of the South West Sydney Local Health District, and is keen to ensure the availability of advanced, reliable and safe health care services to the growing and diverse community of the District.
As Secretary of NSW Health, Ms Koff is responsible for the management of the NSW health system and setting strategic direction to ensure NSW continues to provide exceptional healthcare, research and education.
Lucy’s primary areas of focus are issues facing Women and Girls and Mental Health and Wellbeing particularly in the workplace. She takes an evidenced based approach to problem solving and social investment.
Jana Pittman is a 2 x World Champion, 4 x Commonwealth Champion in the sport of athletics, before swapping the track for the ice and going the Australian women’s bobsled team. This made her the first Australian Female athlete to compete in both a Summer and Winter Olympic Games. Along with sport Jana is now…
Professor Donald McNeill has a particular interest in urban policy and innovation, currently undertaking research to understand the governance, planning and design of health precincts.
Professor Iain McGregor is an NHMRC Principal Research Fellow, Professor of Psychopharmacology and Director of the Psychopharmacology laboratory.
Professor Meera Agar is Professor of Palliative Medicine, IMPACCT (Improving palliative, aged and chronic care through clinical research and translation) University of Technology Sydney.