Professor Ian Chubb was Chief Scientist for Australia from May 2011 to January 2016.
Prior to that, Professor Chubb was Vice-Chancellor of the Australian National University from January 2001 to March 2011; Vice-Chancellor of Flinders University of South Australia for six years and the Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Provost) of Monash University for two years. While at Monash he served as Dean of the Faculty of Business and Economics for 16 months...Read More
Robert Regan, Chairman
Robert is Group General Counsel and Secretary for a major listed public company. Prior to this, Robert held a range of senior legal positions in a career spanning more than 30 years, most recently in the role of Partner-In-Charge, Sydney at Corrs Chambers Westgarth. He holds a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) and Bachelor of Arts (BA) from the University of Sydney and is a Harvard Business School alumnus.
Geoffrey Applebee, Treasurer
Geoffrey is a highly experienced Chartered Accountant and adviser to professional services firms and their partners. He is a director of a diverse group of companies in the public and private sectors, and an independent member of a government audit committee.
Professor Deborah Schofield
Deborah is Professor and Chair of Health Economics, Faculty of Business and Economics, Macquarie University. Her career has spanned the Australian Government public service, academia and clinical practice and she has a national and international reputation for her work in economic modelling of the health system, health, and its impact on families and the economy.
Will became a pain medicine physician via rural general practice and anaesthesia. He has been strongly involved in the Australian Pain Society since 2004, initially as Editor of the newsletter and later as Secretary. Will has recently retired from clinical practice but continues his involvement in research into lessening pain and disability after surgery, and he remains active in seeking system change to lessen pain and disability in the community.
Professor Paul Glare
Professor Paul Glare is the Chair of Pain Medicine in the Northern Clinical School of the University of Sydney, Director of the Pain Management Research Institute (PMRI) in the Faculty of medicine & Health, and Head of the Discipline of Pain Medicine in the Sydney Medical School. He is also a Clinical Academic in Northern Sydney LHD and has appointments at North Shore Private Hospital, Northern Cancer Institute, and Genesiscare at Macquarie University Hospital
Dr Chris Hayes
Chris Hayes is a specialist pain medicine physician who works at John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle NSW and has been Director of Hunter Integrated Pain Service, since its foundation in 1997. He is immediate past Dean of the Faculty of Pain Medicine, Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists. Additional roles have included co-chair of NSW Agency for Clinical Innovation’s Pain Network and Chair of the Pain Management Clinical Committee of the Medicare Benefits Schedule Review.. His research interests include a "whole person" approach to pain, outcome measurement and redesign of health systems to achieve greater integration between specialist pain services and primary care.
Associate Professor Malcolm Hogg
Malcolm is full-time specialist in Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine and Head of Pain Services, Melbourne Health. He is a past president of the Australian Pain Society (APS) and fellow of Faculty of Pain Medicine, ANZCA, and member of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP).
Malcolm's leadership roles include membership of external advisory groups to Victorian Dept of Health and Human Services safescript (medication monitoring system) external advisory group, Drugs of Dependence committee and Pain services clinical advisory committee. Research interests include pain outcomes following trauma and models of care for pain service delivery.
Leanne is Chief Executive Officer of the Consumers Health Forum of Australia and has wide experience as a director of not-for-profit companies and as a senior executive in government and NGO health roles, including the CEO of the former Australian Medicare Local Alliance, ACT Medicare Local and Australian General Practice Network.
Dr Graeme Killer AO
Graeme is the former Principal Medical Adviser to the Department of Veterans Affairs, a position he held for 25 years. After retiring in 2015, he became Principal Medical Adviser to the Returned Soldiers League. He has helped pioneer major improvements in the care of veterans, with a particular focus on the management of chronic pain and related Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.