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Membership

Members for the Forensic and Scientific Services Human Ethics Committee are appointed as per section 5.1.30 of the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research. The criteria for appointees is outlined in the committee's terms of reference and standard operating procedure (DOC, 906.0 KB).

The committee (EC300305) as at 7 April 2022

Name HREC category as per National Statement 5.1.29–5.1.33 Queensland Health affiliation
Kate Angus Category A—chair Yes
Michael Meadows Category B—community member No
Kate Henderson Category B—community member No
Associate Professor Charles NaylorCategory B—community memberNo
Kellie Chenoweth Category C—person with knowledge of and current experience in professional care, counselling or treatment of people No
Renay Almond Category C—person with knowledge of and current experience in professional care, counselling or treatment of people (coronial counsellor) Yes
Rev. Dr Ceri Wynne Category D—person who performs a pastoral care role (minister of religion) No
Alana Martens Category E—lawyer No
Jessica LambertCategory E—lawyerNo
Susan Beattie Category F—person with current research experience (domestic violence/mental health) No
Dr Kelly Dingli Category F—person with current research experience (suicide prevention/child death prevention/social justice) No
Dr Sanmarie' Schlebusch Category F—person with current research experience (clinical microbiology) Yes
Dr Kirsten ScottCategory F—person with current research experience (forensic DNA analysis)Yes

Other members of the committee

Name HREC category as per National Statement  5.1.31–5.1.33 Queensland Health affiliation
Dr Eleanor Milligan 5.1.32 A member who is experienced in reflecting on and analysing ethical decision-making. No 
Dr Jenny Jones 5.1.32 A member who is experienced in reflecting on and analysing ethical decision-making. No
Dr Bianca Phillips 5.1.33 A member who has the expertise necessary to enable the institution to address ethical issues arising from the categories of research it is likely to consider. (forensic pathologist) Yes
Last updated: 8 April 2022