Professor William Parsonage
Professor Will Parsonage is a clinical researcher focused on improving the healthcare provided to cardiology patients. He is Senior Staff Cardiologist at the RBWH and St Vincent’s and Clinical Director for the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation.
Dr Bridget Abell
Dr Bridget Abell is an implementation scientist and researcher with the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation. She works with stakeholders to improve the delivery of health services, with a focus on cardiac rehabilitation.
Distinguished Professor Lyn Griffiths
Distinguished Professor Griffiths is a respected molecular geneticist who has brought a translational focus to medical research to increase QUT’s influence and its impact on human health as director of the Centre for Genomics and Personalised Health.
Professor Steven McPhail
Professor Steven McPhail is Director of the Australian Centre for Health Services Innovation (AusHSI) and Academic Director of the Centre for Healthcare Transformation at the Queensland University of Technology, where he is the Professor of Health Services Research.
Professor Jane Phillips
Professor Jane Phillips is the Head of the School of Nursing in our Faculty of Health. She leads an active program of palliative care research while building the research outputs of the early and mid-career academics.
Associate Professor Tony Kenna
Dr Tony Kenna is a cellular immunologist and a Senior Research Fellow at Queensland University of Technology. His research career has focused on human immunology and identification of novel therapeutic approaches for treatment of immune-mediated diseases.
Professor Danielle Gallegos
Professor Danielle Gallegos is the Chair of the Woolworths Centre for Childhood Nutrition Research funded by the Queensland Children’s Hospital Foundation. She has more than thirty years of experience as a practicing dietitian with fifteen of those as a public health nutritionist and ten years in academia.
Professor Gene Tyson
Professor Gene Tyson is an expert microbial ecologist and bioinformatician who has been at the forefront in the development and application of culture-independent molecular approaches that provide direct access to microbial 'dark matter'.
Professor Chelsea Watego
Professor Chelsea Watego is a Munanjahli and South Sea Islander woman with over 20 years of experience working within Indigenous health as a health worker and researcher. She is currently Professor of Indigenous Health at QUT’s School of Public Health and Social Work.
Professor Janet Davies
Professor Janet Davies is the assistant director of Research for Australia's largest hospital network, Metro North Hospital and Health Service, where she develops research strategy, policy, and chairs the clinical research education program.