UniSA CRI Board & Advisory Group

The UniSA CRI Board guides and provides advice on strategic matters including the effective management of the Institute, and its contribution to the University’s strategic research objectives. The Board membership consists of representatives from across UniSA including:

  • Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research and Innovation (Chair)
  • Director: UniSA CRI (reports to Institute Board) ex officio
  • Dean: Graduate Studies
  • Dean: Industry and Enterprise
  • Pro Vice Chancellor, Division of Health Sciences
  • UniSA CRI Centre for Cancer Diagnostics and Therapeutics Director
  • UniSA CRI Centre for Translational Cancer Research Director
  • UniSA CRI Australian Centre for Precision Health Director
  • Dean: Research & Innovation, Division of Health Sciences
  • Heads of School: Pharmacy and Medical Sciences, Nursing and Midwifery, Health Sciences
  • Commercial Manager
  • Chief Financial Officer
  • Director of Advancement
  • Pro Vice Chancellor: Aboriginal Leadership and Strategy

The UniSA CRI Advisory Group provides expert advice and guidance to UniSA CRI and the University on the Institute’s strategic direction and future strategic opportunities for partnership and impact. The current membership is:

  • Professor Ian Caterson, Chair, Boden Professor of Human Nutrition, Director: The Boden Institute of Obesity, Nutition, Exercise & Eating Disorders, Director: Royal Prince Alfred Clinic, Charles Perkins Centre, The University of Sydney
  • Professor Jim Bishop, former Executive Director, Victorian Comprehensive Cancer Centre, Herman Chair of Cancer Medicine, University of Melbourne
  • Professor Jennifer Martin, Chair of Clinical Pharmacology, School of Medicine and Public Health, The University of Newcastle
  • Professor Tanya Monro, Deputy Vice Chancellor: Research & Innovation, UniSA
  • Professor Ian Olver AM, Director: University of South Australia Cancer Research Institute, and Professor of Translational Cancer Research, UniSA
  • Mr David Walsh, Woolmore Walsh Real Estate