Office of the Head of School

The Senior Manager supports the Office of the Head of School and is able to assist with enquiries to the Head of School or redirect your path to the relevant academic or professional service area within the School. 


The Advancement team works with alumni, community members and corporate and foundation donors to raise funds in support of Faculty priorities.


The Senior Management Accountant is responsible for the provision of overall financial management advice and related services to the client portfolio, by delivering sound financial analysis and advice to inform period financial planning, forecasting and monitoring.

The Financial Services Coordinator is responsible for the management and delivery of all finance transaction services undertaken to meet the operational and service delivery needs of the Faculty. This includes transactions related to accounts payable, invoicing, creditor and debtor management, registration of assets, and processing of journal entries.


HDR support

The HDR Liaison Officers (HLOs) provide advice and assistance to HDR students and supervisors about HDR opportunities, applications, scholarships, enrolment, candidature management, milestones and thesis submission.

Any member of the team can help you in person by appointment, or by phone or email from any location.

Email the team:

The Directors of Research Training and HLOs for the School of Clinical Medicine are:

Royal Brisbane and Prince Charles-Northside Clinical Units:
DRT Associate Professor Judith Greer
HLO Aisha Dixon Ph: 3346 5306 (M, Tu, W, F) and 3443 1166 (Th)

PA-Southside, Child Health QLD, Greenslopes and Ipswich Clinical Units:
DRT Dr Robert Eley
HLO Charlotte Chen Ph 3346 1917 (M, Tu, W, F) and 3346 0518 (Th)

Primary Care, Sunshine Coast and Uniting Care Health Clinical Units:
DRT Associate Professor Diann Eley
HLO Rosa Armitage Ph: 3346 5325 (M, Tu, W, Fr) and 3443 1187 (Th)

Mater Clinical Unit:
DRT Dr Emma Hamilton-Williams
HLO Jason Huynh Ph: 3343 7019 (M, Tu, W, F) and 3446 1904 (Th)

St Lucia Clinical Unit:
DRT Associate Professor Peter Noakes
HLO James Mather Ph: 3365 1071 (M, Tu, W) and 3346 0503 (Th)

Human resources

The Faculty of Medicine HR Team is responsible for enabling the achievement of the Faculty’s strategic objectives and supporting the broader University’s ambitions through attracting, developing and retaining talented, engaged and high performing staff.  The Faculty HR Team provides a full range of end to end HR services including (but not limited to) recruitment, workplace relations, change management, organisational development and coaching for leaders.


The infrastructure team coordinate and provide oversight on a broad range of facilities management issues to ensure the effective operation, utilisation and preservation of buildings and assets across the entire Faculty of Medicine. The infrastructure team liaises with, and provides facilities management advice to all Faculty staff and students. The team also coordinates medium and long term space management and planning activities to support the Faculty’s teaching and research strategic objectives. Working with the University’s Property and Facilities Division (P&F) and the various hospital and health service providers they oversee maintenance works and construction projects on behalf of the Faculty. 

Marketing and communications

From media and communications and social media to video production, brand queries and website development, we are the team to contact. While we have a team of specialists based at Herston, we are structured in a way that allows you to build a relationship directly with two of our Managers. For media support, contact the Media and Communications Manager. For all other queries, contact the Marketing and Communications Manager. For internal newsletters The Rounds and The Bulletin, email


The Faculty of Medicine OHS team comprises five members with a broad spectrum of technical knowledge and experience with systems for the safe management of: 

  • biologicals and biosecurity 
  • chemicals, including prohibited and restricted carcinogens, chemicals of security concern 
  • radiation 
  • ergonomics 
  • clinical teaching and practice 
  • laboratory design and management 
  • plant and equipment
  • drugs and poisons
  • animal and human research ethics
  • occupational hygiene, including hearing and allergen surveillance
  • field work and event planning 
  • emergency procedures 
  • risk assessments and incident investigations

The Manager of Occupational Health and Safety coordinates the Faculty OHS team and develops and implements OHS policy, collaborating with the UQ HSW Division to develop greater consistency and transparency of OHS management practices across the Faculty and the University.

All members of the team are available to assist and advise on any issues relating to OHS or other general compliance issues. Contact

  • Dr Paul Lovelock

    Dr Paul Lovelock

    Manager, Occup Health & Safety
    Infrastructure and Research Operations (Medicine)
  • Deon Knight

    Mr Deon Knight

    Safety Manager
    Infrastructure and Research Operations (Medicine)

Research support

The Senior Research Development Officer (SRDO) and Clinical Research Liaison Officer (CRLO) work closely together to provide advice on research funding schemes and opportunities, coordinate funding application processes, and link researchers to other sections in relation to research governance, compliance obligations and the conduct and reporting of your research projects.  



  • Dr Lisa Tom

    Research Development Officer
    Research Strategy and Support (Medicine)

Research partnerships

Our Research Partnerships Managers (RPM) facilitate the interaction between UQ researchers and their external partners, ranging from industry to government departments. They identify suitable partners and assist with the management of research contracts and agreements, liaising with all of the relevant areas of UQ on your behalf. They are also able to advise on industry facing funding schemes that may be utilised to leverage funding.

Contact Tanya if you are from SOCM (RB-CU, Mater-CU, PAH-CU, Greenslopes-CU, Ipswich-CU, Sunshine Coast-CU, Toowomba-CU, St Lucia-CU, TPCH), or RCS.

Contact Zep if you are from OMD, OME, or Ochsner.

Contact Richard if you are from CHQ-CU.

Abbreviations: CHQ; Children's Health Queensland Clinical Unit, OMD; The Office of the Medical Dean Clinical Unit, PCH N - Prince Charles Hospital Northside Clinical Unit, RB Royal Brisbane Clinical Unit, PAH-S; Princess Alexandra Hospital Southside Clinical Unit, OME; Office of Medical Education.

Student and academic administration