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Scientific Advisory Committee


Professor David Handelsman AO, Anzac Research Institute, NSW
Professor in Medicine, Concord Clinical School, ANZAC Research Institute
Research expertise: Men's health; Reproductive medicine; Andrology; Endocrinology; Prostate

Professor Gail Risbridger, Monash Institute of Medical Research. VIC
Director,Centre for Urological Research,Monash University
Research expertise: Men's health,prostate cancer,biology


Name Title Expertise
Professor Mark Daniel University of South Australia, SA
  • Chronic disease epidemiology
  • Community-based disease prevention and intervention evaluation in field settings
  • Sociospatial epidemiology
Professor John Funder AC Monash Medical Centre, VIC
  • Aldosterone
  • Salt-retaining (mineralocorticoid) hormone
  • Role of the mineralocorticoid receptor in organs such as the kidney.
Prof Robyn McDermott University of South Australia
  • epidemiology of chronic disease and health transition
  • Primary health care
Professor Bronwyn Stuckey Keogh Institute, WA
  • Thyroid dysfunction
  • Polycystic Ovary syndrome
Associate Prof John Litt, Flinders University of South Australia, SA
  • Alcohol abuse
  • Smoking cessation
  • Evidence-based implementation
  • Role of practice nurses in general practice
  • General practice counselling
Professor John Lynch University of Adelaide, SA
  • early childhood development
  • Lifecourse processes regulating human capability formation
  • Health and social inequalities
  • Population health information systems
  • Evidence-based public health 
  • Improving the public health research-policy-practice nexus



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