HMRI Board

Elizabeth Sullivan
Elizabeth Sullivan
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (University of Newcastle)

Elizabeth Sullivan MBBS MPH MMed MD FAFPHM is a Professor of Public Health and Acting Pro Vice Chancellor, Faculty of Health and Medicine at the University of Newcastle and Research Leader of Custodial Health at the Justice Health and Forensic Mental Health Network. Her previous appointments include Assistant Deputy Vice Chancellor Research and Distinguished Professor Public Health at the University of Technology Sydney and Professor Perinatal and Reproductive Health and Director AIHW National Perinatal Statistics and Epidemiology Unit at the University of New South Wales.

Liz is a public health physician and epidemiologist whose population health research program focuses on vulnerable reproductive populations. She is the principal investigator of a NHMRC funded program of research on justice health and has been awarded > $21 million in research and contract funding and authored > 240 peer-reviewed publications, AIHW and WHO reports. She is a former council member of the National Health and Medical Research Council. She has a strong commitment to gender equity and led UTS to an Athena Swan Bronze award and is active in mentoring the next generation of female researchers.

Service as a director
Appointed to HMRI Board 13 February 2020

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Chair

Kyle Loades
Chair, HMRI Board and Non-Executive Director – HMRI (community)

Directors

Professor Janet Nelson
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (University of Newcastle)
Non-Executive Director - HMRI (HNEH)
Non-Executive Director - HMRI (HNELHD)
Kirsten Molloy
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (Community)
Kirsten Mulley
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (Community)
Elizabeth Sullivan
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (University of Newcastle)
Institute Director, HMRI
Scott Walkom
Non-Executive Director – HMRI (Community) | Chair, HMRI Foundation
Professor John Wiggers
Non-Executive Director - HMRI (HNELHD)
Professor Alex Zelinsky AO
Non-Executive Director - HMRI (University of Newcastle)