Our People &
Research environment

  • Professor Nick Goodwin

    Director (on seconded role from October, 2023)Read more
  • Professor Mariko Carey

    Deputy Director (Currently in A/Director role - from October, 2023)Read more
  • Dr Zoi Triandafilidis

    Research FellowRead more
  • Dr Brok Glenn

    Adjunct ProfessorRead more
  • Dr Suzanne Lewis

    Chief Knowledge OfficerRead more
  • Caitlin Queripel

    Administration Officer & Research Assistant / CCLHD Research Governance Officer Read more
  • Cate Dingelstad

    PhD candidate Read more

Our Research environment

The CCRI is a joint venture of the University of Newcastle and Central Coast Local Health District. The CCRI aims to build a dynamic network of partners to create high-impact collaborative research programs across Australia and internationally, to support the delivery of inter-sectoral and multi-disciplinary education and training programs, and to enable the meaningful involvement of local communities in research and research translation.

Who we work with

The CCRI collaborates with and delivers its research and education programs in partnership with a range of local, national, and international organisations.

The strategies we align with

  • CCLHD Strategic Research Plan 2022-2026

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  • CCLHD Caring for our Community Plan 2021-2031

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  • Looking Ahead. The University of Newcastle Strategic Plan: 2022-2025

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  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education and Research Framework

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  • CCLHD Caring for the Coast strategy 2019-2024

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  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research Strategy for the Hunter and Central Coast region

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