Tim is the current COO 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。
Paul joined the George Institute in 2018 as Chief Financial Officer. He has 20 years of international Healthcare experience in the areas of investor relations, finance, strategic planning, business development and licensing, manufacturing and supply chain, and procurement.
Richard Mills joined 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.
Director, Centre for Operational and Research Excellence
Peter Dolnik is the Director, Centre for Operational and Research Excellence 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.
Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW Sydney
Laurent is a senior biostatistician with 20 years of experience in health research. He is Director of the Statistics Division at the George Institute for Global Health and Associate Professor, Faculty of Medicine, UNSW 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.