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Human Research Ethics and Governance Advisory Group

Human Research Ethics and Governance Advisory Group

The Human Research Ethics and Governance (HREG) Advisory Group was established by HTQ in 2016 to collaborate on best practice and streamline research ethics and governance processes. The group brings together research ethics and governance representatives from each of the HTQ partners, along with key specialist advisors from partner and non-partner organisations. 


Key achievements


Current activity

HTQ’s HREG Advisory Group informs on HTQ’s HREG work program. This includes education and training, best practice initiatives, streamlining research ethics and governance processes, and the delivery of the annual National Human Research Ethics Committee Conference.


Advisory Group members

  • Sara Hubbard, Queensland Regional Tele-trials (Chair)
  • Melissa Hagan, Queensland Health
  • Irma Gresshoff, Queensland Health (PQ)
  • Anitha Dinish, Children’s Health Queensland
  • Amanda James, Children's Health Queensland
  • Rebekah Steele, Metro North Health
  • Maria Wojciechowski, Metro South Health
  • Erica Wright, Metro South Health
  • Carine Rubins, West Moreton Health
  • Jenny Fraser, Gold Coast Health
  • Deb Wainwright, Darling Downs Hospital and Health Service (HHS)
  • Raunak Prasad, Mater
  • Imelda Ryan, Mater
  • Chris Rose Meyer, The University of Queensland
  • Trish Murray, The University of Queensland
  • Sabine Sand, The University of Queensland
  • Sarah van Eky, Queensland University of Technology
  • Rachel Quin, Queensland University of Technology
  • Kim Maddison, Griffith University
  • Matthew Savva, Griffith University
  • Monica Naughtin, Griffith University
  • Sashika Naidoo, QIMR Berghofer
  • Gordon McGurk, QIMR Berghofer
  • Rob McDowall, AeHRC
  • Sara Gottliebsen, Health Translation Queensland
  • Helen Breathnach, Health Translation Queensland

Further information

If you would like to join the Human Research Ethics and Governance Advisory Group or would like more information, please contact:

Health Translation Queensland Research Governance Manager
Email: research@healthtranslationqld.org.au

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