School of Paediatrics and Child Health

ISAC Researchers, Students and Staff

Collective vision

We have a collective vision to improve health services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait island children.

Our strategies are:

  • current intellectual exchange
  • cohesive and integrated Centre of Research Excellence structure
  • effective governance and management of collaborations
  • sharing of research methodology and tools
  • articulate and improve relationships with other groups in a particular field of research
Aboriginal girl
  1. Chief Investigators (CIs)
  2. Associate Investigators (AIs)
  3. Staff
  4. Students
  5. Governance Committee
  6. Training Committee

Chief Investigators (CIs)

  • Professor Karen Edmond (Director) (CIA)
  • Dr Daniel McAullay (CIB)
  • Professor David Atkinson (CIC)
  • Professor Rhonda Marriott (CID)
  • Professor Ross Bailie (CIE)
  • Associate Professor Alan Ruben (CIF)
  • Associate Professor Mark Wenitong (CIG)
  • Professor Victor Nossar (CIH)
  • Professor Betty Kirkwood (CII)
  • Professor Fiona Stanley (CIJ)
Read more about our Chief Investigators here...


Associate Investigators (AIs)

  • Ms Leah Bonson (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Ms Susan Bradshaw (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Prof John Boulton (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Dr Sandy Campbell (Apunipima Cape York Health Council)
  • Prof Jonathan Carapetis (Telethon KIDS Institute)
  • Ms Michelle Dowden (Danila Dilba Health Service, Northern Territory)
  • Assistant Prof Paula Edgill (Centre for Aboriginal Medical and Dental Health)
  • Dr Catherine Engelke (Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council)
  • Dr Chantal Ferguson (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Heather Ferguson (Department of Health Northern Territory)
  • Dr James Fitzpatrick (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Dr Karen Gardner (Australian Primary Health Care Research Institute, Australian National University)
  • Ms Tina Hourigan (Northern Territory Department of Health)
  • Prof Peter LeSouef (The University of Western Australia)
  • Dr Raghu Lingam (London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
  • Associate Prof Julia Marley (Rural Clinical School WA and Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services)
  • Prof Peter Morris (Menzies School of Health Research)
  • Dr Barbara Paterson (Northern Territory Department of Health)
  • Prof David Paul (University of Notre Dame Australia)
  • Mr Glenn Pearson (Telethon KIDS Institute)
  • Ms Sue Peter (Department of Health Western Australia)
  • Dr Stephanie Trust (Kimberley Aboriginal Medical Services Council)
  • Dr Andrew White (James Cook University, Townsville)
  • Associate Prof Helen Wright (The University of Western Australia)

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ISAC Students

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ISAC Staff

Central/University of Western Australia:

Prof Karen Edmond, Professor, Consultant Paediatrician
T: +61 8 9340 8142
E: karen.edmond@uwa.edu.au

Dr Dan McAullay, Associate Professor
T:  +61 8 9340 7507
E:
mcaullay@gmail.com

Dr Natalie Strobel, Research Fellow
T:  +61 8 9340 7507
E: Natalie.strobel@uwa.edu.au

Dr Kimberley McAuley, Research Fellow
T:  +61 8 9340 7507
E: Kimberley.mcauley@uwa.edu.au
 
Carolyn Moylan, Poche Fellow
T:  +61 8 9340 7507
E: Carolyn.moylan@uwa.edu.au

Estelle Dawes, Business Manager
T: +61 8 9340 7507
E: Estelle.dawes@uwa.edu.au

Sites

Apunipima Cape York Health Council, Queensland:

Karla Canuto, Research Coordinator
T:  +61 7 4037 7213
E: Karla.canuto@apunipima.org.au

Broome, Western Australia:

Research Officer
T:  +61 8 9194 3200
E: research2@kamsc.org.au

Darwin, Northern Territory

Angela Kinnell, Epidemiologist
T:  +61 8 8985 8122
E: Angela.kinnell@nt.gov.au

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ISAC Governance Committee

ISAC recognises the importance of governance excellence and will prioritise robust strategy, management and leadership to:

  • streamline decision making protocols,
  • ensure that activities and projects are focussed and outcome orientated, and
  • focus on good financial management and basic financial accountability based on agreed principles around equity, quality, need and feasibility.

All the Chief Investigators (CI) and staff of ISAC are members of the Governance Committee.

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ISAC Training Committee

ISAC recognises the importance of governance excellence in capacity building and training and prioritises robust strategy, management and leadership to:

  • streamline decision making protocols
  • ensure that activities and projects are focussed and outcome orientated, and
  • focus on good financial management and basic financial accountability based on agreed principles around equity, quality, need and feasibility.

The training committee consists of:

  • CIC Prof David Atkinson
  • CID Prof Rhonda Marriott
  • CIA Prof Karen Edmond
  • Dr Kimberley McAuley

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