Principal Director, The George Institute for Global Health
Board Member, The George Institute for Global Health
Professor of Cardiovascular medicine at Sydney University
Professor of Medicine at Oxford University
Stephen is one of the founders of The George Institute for Global Health, an architect of its global expansion and currently holds the position of Principal Director of The George Institute for Global Health (worldwide).
He also holds professorial appointments in medicine at both the University of Sydney (Australia) and the University of Oxford (UK), where he is a James Martin Professorial Fellow. Stephen is an international authority on the causes, prevention and treatment of cardiovascular diseases and has a special interest is the management of chronic and complex conditions in resource-poor settings, particularly in the Asia-Pacific region.
Principal Director of The George Institute for Global Health
Board Member, The George Institute for Global Health
Professor of Public Health at the University of Sydney
Professor of Global Health at the University of Oxford
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Robyn is Principal Director of The George Institute for Global Health, Professor of Public Health at the University of Sydney Medical School (Australia), and Professor of Global Health and James Martin Professorial Fellow at the University of Oxford (UK). Together with Stephen MacMahon, Robyn founded The George Institute for Global Health.
Executive Director, The George lnstitute for Global Health, University of Oxford
James Martin Fellow, The George lnstitute for Global Health, University of Oxford
Professor of Epidemiology, University of Oxford
MBBS, University of New South Wales
MPH, Yale University
MD, University of New South Wales
Terry is a non-communicable disease epidemiologist with extensive experience in the conduct of cohort and case control studies. He was previously Director of the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute at the Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, coordinating research projects including those on cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis, childhood asthma, and diabetes.
John joins the George Institute from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, where he was Head of Information Technology Services. There he led a major IT capability upgrade and technology refresh as the Institute doubled in size.
Kazem Rahimi is the James Martin Senior Fellow in Essential Healthcare at the University of Oxford and Honorary Consultant Cardiologist at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. As the Deputy Director of The George Institute UK he leads the Essential Healthcare Programme, which aims to find practical and affordable solutions for the global health priorities of the world’s largest emerging economies, as well as the priorities of vulnerable or disadvantaged populations in established economies.
Deputy Director, Research and Development, The George Institute for Global Health, India
Senior Research Associate, The George Institute for Global Health, UK
Pallab K. Maulik joined The George Institute, India as the Head of Research and Development in early 2010. Dr. Maulik brings a wealth of experience to the Institute, in particular expertise in mental health.
Richard Mills joins the George Institute from the World Bank, where he was most recently Director of Corporate Communications. There he helped lead efforts to tell the story of a World Bank that more than doubled its support to developing countries during the financial crisis while becoming more focused on openness, results and accountability. He spearheaded the use of new and creative tools across social media, marketing and outreach.
Sarah has over twenty years of Human Resources experience in Europe, North and South America, as well as the Asia Pacific region. Some of the organisations she has worked for include Baxter Healthcare Inc, ResMed Ltd and The Australian Diabetes Council.
Amanda Hall is a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Research Fellow (Knowledge Translation Branch). Her fellowship research is being undertaken at The George Instittue for Global Health at the University of Oxford.
Having graduated in Mathematics, Amit started his academic career in 2008 as a Postdoctoral Statistician in the Musculoskeletal Epidemiology Unit, University of Oxford. He was then appointed as Lecturer in Statistics/ Health Services at the LSHTM in 2013, before joining The George Institute for Global Health, University of Oxford in 2015 as a Senior Scientist (epidemiology).
Connor completed his undergraduate at the University of Toronto in biochemistry, and started his research career in basic science research. However, he had the chance to work on public health research at the end of his undergraduate in South Africa and switched to epidemiology.
Denise is a registered nurse with over 13 years of clinical research experience, gained through working at different levels within University of Oxford, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust and the MRC.
Johanna is a biomedical engineer with an interest in connected health and predictive analytics. After reading for a Bachelor in Electrical Engineering at the University of Nottingham, she completed a Master in Biotechnology and Management at the University of Cambridge.
Manuel is a software engineer with more than seven years of experience in the software development industry. He is interested in mobile technologies and digital health. Manuel currently works on the Support-HF 2 project.
Working in the Professorial Advisory Unit of The George Institute, Mark is also a Professor of Biostatistics at the University of Sydney, Professor of Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.
Simon Anderson spent his formative years studying Biochemistry on the picturesque Mona campus of the University of the West Indies from where he won the Cambridge Commonwealth Scholarship (1995) to read Epidemiology (MPhil).
Cristian is a software engineer, passionate about new technologies and with a keen interest in digital health. After several years of experience in different industries, he is currently working on the Support Heart Failure project.