Our Network

About us

With funding from the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence program, our biostatistical and methodological experts conduct landmark trials across a broad range of health and medical fields. Our input optimises the planning, design, implementation, analysis and reporting of clinical trials, all of which ensures precious research dollars are used to generate the most accurate and useful evidence possible.

We focus on two key aspects of clinical trials to deliver improved health outcomes. Firstly, developing and applying innovative study designs to ensure the efficient allocation of future research and healthcare spending. Secondly, advancing analysis methodology to capitalize on existing trial data, adding even more value to past research investment.

The national Network is administered by Monash University with activity nodes at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute, Telethon Kids Institute and University of Western Australia, South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute, the NHMRC Clinical Trials Centre in Sydney, University of Queensland, and the University of Melbourne.

Meet our team

Chief Investigators

Associate Investigators

Early-Mid Career Researchers

Governance

Management Group

Professor Rory Wolfe (Chair)
Professor Katherine Lee
Professor Andrew Forbes
Professor Steve Webb
Professor Ian Marschner
Professor Maria Makrides
Professor Tom Snelling
Professor Andrew Davidson
Professor Stephane Heritier
Dr Lisa Yelland
Professor Carmel Hawley

Research Sub-committee

The Research Sub-committee is responsible for promoting research productivity and collaboration within the CRE Grant, including allocation of seed funding grants.

Training and Translation Advisory Committee (External)

The Advisory Board will represent key stakeholders and will be responsible for advising the management of the Network.