此外，Robyn教授长期致力于改善妇女健康，她是《妇女健康: 全新全球议程(Women’s Health: A New Global Agenda)》政策文件的主要作者。报告由英国牛津大学发布，其目的是提高慢性病防控在妇女健康议程中的比重，并且呼吁使用性别分类方法来实施健康数据分析，从医疗卫生角度减少性别不平等。作为推动妇女健康议程全球对话的系列报告开篇之作，最终目标是通过驱使政策转变以挽救更多生命。
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.
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.
Executive Director, The George Institute for Global Health, India
Professor of Nephrology and James Martin Fellow, University of Oxford
Professor Vivekanand Jha is the Executive Director at The George Institute for Global Health, India, and a James Martin Fellow at The George Institute for Global Health, University of Oxford. He is a physician with a specialisation in the area of kidney diseases and is currently the President-Elect of the International Society of Nephrology.
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.
As Head of Development, Louise is responsible for leading and implementing the fundraising strategy for the Nuffield Department of Obstetrics & Gynaecology, including the George Institute for Global Health, UK. Her focus is on securing major gifts to support the priorities of the Department and the Institute, and building a sustainable philanthropic income stream.
Professor of Statistics and Epidemiology, University of Oxford
Professor of Medical Statistics, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Working in the Professorial Advisory Unit of The George Institute, Mark is also a Professor of Medical Statistics at UNSW Sydney, Professor of Statistics and Epidemiology at the University of Oxford and Adjunct Professor of Epidemiology at Johns Hopkins University.
Nathalie Conrad is a PhD student at the University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the analysis of large electronic health record databases as well as the design of IT-supported care delivery models.
Program Lead, Machine Learning and Biomedical Informatics
Dr. Khorshidi leads the Machine Learning and Biomedical Informatics program at The George Institute, The University of Oxford and is the Head of Quantitative Analytics, EMEA and Special Projects Lab with AIG.
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).
Chief Scientist, The George Institute for Global Health
Professor of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Cardiologist, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
Anushka is a Professor of Medicine, UNSW Sydney and a cardiologist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital in Sydney, Australia. She undertook her medical training at the University of Queensland, with subsequent postgraduate research degrees from Harvard University and the University of Sydney.
Erika has over 20 years Human Resources experience in Australia, USA, Europe and Asia. Experienced in all facets of HR leadership, with a particular emphasis on change management and communications/engagement.
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.
Peter Dolnik is the Director of Research Services at The George Institute. His career has spanned both the academic and research management sectors. For a number of years, he had taught philosophy at various universities in Sydney and since 2000 he has worked in the area of research management at senior levels.
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.
Tim is the current COO & CFO of The George Institute for Global Health. He has extensive experience in the health, property and services industries, including as former COO of top 50 ASX-listed Mirvac Group, CEO of TJS Services, Commercial Manager for the Sydney Organising Committee for the Olympic Games and Senior Manager at PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Tim Regan现任乔治的首席运营官和财务官。 在加入乔治前，他曾任Mirvac集团首席运营官、TJS集团执行总裁、悉尼奥林匹克运动会组织委员会商务经理以及普华永道高级经理。他有着丰富的专业知识和管理经验。