Professor Bruce Taylor

Professor Bruce Taylor is a clinician-scientist who leads a large and diverse research group, undertaking internationally significant research in the field of neuroscience. He is also a senior consultant neurologist with a special interest in multiple sclerosis (MS). Professor Taylor’s research focuses on the personal, environmental and genetic factors associated with the onset and progression […]

Distinguished Professor Dianne Nicol

Dianne Nicol is a Distinguished Professor of Law and Director of the Centre for Law and Genetics at the University of Tasmania, and a fellow of the Australian Academy of Law. Her research intersects law, ethics, health and medicine. She has postgraduate qualifications in science and law and uses this expertise in her research. Distinguished […]

Professor Donald Chalmers

Professor Chalmers has made sustained, independent and constructive contributions, nationally and internationally to promote education, research and professional interactions in health and medical research ethics through my publications, reports and appointments. He has made valuable public contributions by submissions to enquiries and committee work, principally for the NHMRC, particularly as a past Chair of AHEC. […]

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