Healthy Ageing Research Consortium Chief Investigators
The Healthy Ageing Research Consortium (HARC) is the cross-sectoral partnership of researchers, clinicians, aged care providers and consumer advocacy groups that established the Registry of Senior Australians (ROSA), formerly known as the Registry of Older South Australians. Supported by the SA Premier's Research and Industry Fund, and coordinated under the auspices of the SA Academic Health Science and Translation Centre, the Consortium is a collaboration between 13 organisations:
We would like to acknowledge the Healthy Ageing Research Consortium Investigator Team (from the 2016 SA Premier's Research and Industry Fund successful grant application):
Prof Steve Wesselingh (SAHMRI), A/Prof Caroline Miller (SAHMRI and University of Adelaide), Ms Liddy Griffith (SAHMRI), Dr Carol Davy (SAHMRI), Prof Renuka Visvanathan (SA Health and University of Adelaide), A/Prof Craig Whitehead (SA Health and Flinders University), Prof Paddy Phillips (SA Health), Ms Jeanette Walters (SA Health), Dr Patrick Russell (SA Health), Prof Jon Karnon (University of Adelaide), Dr Tiffany Gill (University of Adelaide), Dr Linley Denson (University of Adelaide), Dr Lynn Ward (University of Adelaide), Prof David Roder (UniSA), Prof Andrew Beer (UniSA), Prof Mark Daniel (UniSA), Mr Andrew Stanley (SA NT DataLink), Prof Libby Roughead (UniSA), Prof Julie Ratcliffe (UniSA), Prof Karen Reynolds (Flinders University), Prof Keith Evans (Silver Chain), Ms Amber Watt (ECH), Ms Jane Mussared (COTA SA), Ms Kirsty Rawlings (COTA SA), Ms Megan Corlis (Helping Hand), Ms Ali Krollig (Country SA PHN), Ms Carmel McNamara (Adelaide PHN), Ms Simone Champion (Adelaide PHN), and Ms Ellen Kerrins (Health Consumers Alliance of SA).