Australian Respiratory Council

Research Committee

The Australian Respiratory Council (ARC) is a Charitable, Non-Government Organisation supporting prevention, treatment and research into tuberculosis and respiratory diseases at a national and international level. The ARC has been committed to building expertise and sustainable capacity in respiratory health by fostering innovative research to promote respiratory health. For further information on ARC’s Research Funding Guidelines please download a copy of the Research Funding Guidelines Document

Professor Greg Fox (Chair of the Committee)

NHMRC Career Development Fellow and Professor in Respiratory Medicine at Sydney University and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Area Director of Tuberculosis Services, Sydney Local Health District.

Professor Carol Armour AM
Professor Carol Armour AM

Executive Director Woolcock Institute of Medical Research and Respiratory Researcher.

Dr Andrew Burke
Dr Andrew Burke

Infectious diseases and thoracic physician, University of Queensland, and The Prince Charles Hospital.

Associate Professor Justin Denholm

Medical Director, Victorian Tuberculosis Program, Melbourne Health; and Principal Research Fellow, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, University of Melbourne

Associate Professor Claudia Dobler

Conjoint Associate Professor University of NSW, Associate Professor Bond University, Consultant Respiratory Physician NSW Health

Professor Peter Gibson

Conjoint Professor, School of Medicine and Public Health University of Newcastle

Professor Emma McBryde

Professorial Research Fellow - Infectious Disease and Epidemiology Australian Institute of Tropical Health & Medicine, James Cook University

David Macintosh AM

ARC President