Senior Director, Professorial Unit, The George Institute (Australia)
Professor of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Emeritus Professor of Medicine at Flinders University and at the University of Sydney
John Chalmers has an outstanding record in hypertension research, both fundamental and clinical. His groundbreaking research on the role of the brain in the development of hypertension led to his election to Fellowship of the Australian Academy of Science and helped establish Flinders University as a leading international centre in hypertension and neuroscience research.
Professor John A Myburgh AO, is Professor of Intensive Care Medicine, University of New South Wales; Director of the Division of Critical Care and Trauma at the George Institute for Global Health and Senior Intensive Care Physician at the St George Hospital, Sydney.
Professor of Statistics and Epidemiology, University of Oxford
Professor of Medical Statistics, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Working in the Professorial Advisory Unit of The George Institute, Mark is also a Professor of Medical Statistics at UNSW Sydney, Professor of Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.
Simon Finfer is a Professorial Fellow in the Critical Care and Trauma Division at The George Institute for Global Health. He is a practicing critical care physician with an appointment as a Senior Staff Specialist at Royal North Shore Hospital and Director of Intensive Care at the Sydney Adventist Hospital, the largest not-for-profit hospital in New South Wales.
Professor of Global Health, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Professor Rodgers has a track record in cardiovascular disease prevention, innovation and public-private partnerships, with an interest in scale-able interventions to address major risks to health. He is currently Acting Director of the Cardiovascular Division at The George Institute, Australia.
Norbert Berend is Head of Respiratory Research at the George Institute for Global Health and a member of the physiology group at the Woolcock Institute of Medical Research of which he was the Director from 2000 to 2012. He holds the academic title of Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney; Professor Emeritus at the University of Sydney; and is a Visiting or Honorary Professor at three Chinese Universities.
Professor of Respiratory Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Clinical Professor and Head, Respiratory Discipline, University of Sydney
Senior Staff Specialist, Department of Thoracic Medicine, Concord Hospital
Christine Jenkins is Head of the Respiratory Group at The George institute for Global Health; Senior Staff Specialist in Thoracic Medicine at Concord Hospital, Sydney; Clinical Professor and Head of Respiratory Discipline at University of Sydney; and Professor of Respiratory Medicine at UNSW Sydney.
Professor of Public Health, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW
Honorary Professor, Sydney Medical School, University of Sydney
Professor, Flinders University
Visiting Professor, Faculty of Health, University of Technology Sydney
Professor Rebecca Ivers is an injury epidemiologist and leading researcher in global health. Recognised for her expertise in studying injury, trauma care and falls prevention, Professor Ivers designs and leads large observational studies and randomised trials focusing on injury in high-risk and disadvantaged populations in Australia and in low- and middle-income countries in Asia.
Bala Venkatesh is a Professor of Intensive Care Medicine at the University of Queensland, a Pre-Eminent specialist in Intensive Care Medicine at the Princess Alexandra Hospital and Deputy Director of Intensive Care Medicine at the Wesley Hospital.
Martin is an Associate Professor at UNSW Sydney, Associate Professor of Medicine at Concord Hospital Clinical School (part of the Sydney Medical School), Director of the Renal and Metabolic Division in the George Institute and a clinical nephrologist in the Renal Dept at Concord Repatriation and General Hospital. He works extensively in the ANZ Society of Nephrology in renal guidelines and clinical policy.
Associate Professor Lisa Keay is Deputy Director of the Injury Division at The George Institute, conjoint Associate Professor in the Faculty of Medicine University of New South Wales and holds an honorary appointment as Associate Professor, Sydney Medical School at the University of Sydney.
Dr Parisa Glass is the Director of Operations for the George Institute Australia. In this role she is responsible for directing and enhancing the operational processes for The George Institute Australia.