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Guiding Principles

We acknowledge the following principles to guide FASD Research Australia:

  • Know and be guided by our purpose
  • Lead together
  • Value the person
  • Enable learning

Executive Committee

Purpose

Provide high level oversight to ensure high quality research outputs and the outcomes of the REAACH CRE are achieved through leadership, good communication and timely reporting.

Members

  • Professor Carol Bower (Chair)
  • Professor Elizabeth Elliott AM
  • Dr Rochelle Watkins
  • Dr Tracey Tsang
  • Ms Heather D'Antoine
  • Ms Louise Gray
  • Ms Narelle Mullan

Scientific Advisory Committee

Purpose

The Scientific Advisory Committee’s purpose is to support innovation and facilitate effective collaboration across the three REAACH Themes and the production of research by the research leaders, post-doctoral researchers and PhD scholars, including: synthesis, distillation, and appraisal of research, and the collaborative production of evidence that leads to new knowledge and improved health outcomes

Members

  • Dr Rochelle Watkins (Chair)
  • Professor Elizabeth Elliott (Deputy Chair)
  • Dr Tracey Tsang
  • Professor Steve Zubrick
  • Professor Jane Halliday
  • Professor Jane Latimer
  • Mr Glenn Pearson
  • Magistrate Catherine Crawford
  • Ms Narelle Mullan

Capacity Building Committee

Purpose

The Capacity Building Committee will focus on developing cross-disciplinary and collaborative skill sets for the next generation of scientists, clinicians, and health service professionals. A cross-disciplinary approach will help provide researchers with the diverse vocabulary and experience to interact with the FASD research community.

Members

  • Professor Carol Bower (Chair)
  • Professor Steve Zubrick
  • Ms Heather D'Antoine
  • Dr Tracy Reibel
  • Dr Martyn Symons
  • Dr Amy Finlay-Jones
  • Associate Professor Raewyn Mutch
  • Ms Narelle Mullan
Page last updated 20 August 2020