Nominations are being sought from people with appropriate expertise to participate on the NHMRC Council and Principal Committees for the 2021-2024 triennium.
NHMRC is the nation’s leading body delivering health and medical research funding, our committee-based structure underpins NHMRC’s work and ensures that robust expert advice on a wide range of health and medical research and ethical matters is provided to the Council of NHMRC and Chief Executive Officer. Through our committees, researchers, healthcare professionals and consumer representatives contribute to the work of NHMRC, and provide a bridge to the community and research and health sectors.
In filling these committees, the Australian Government upholds its commitment to a gender diversity target of women holding 50 percent of government board positions overall, and women and men each holding at least 40 percent of positions at the individual board level.
Further information on NHMRC Committees and the responsibilities of the members on these committees can be found at the below locations:
Nominations will only be considered complete if they are accompanied by a completed Curriculum Vitae (not exceeding two pages) and Private Interests Declaration made using the templates provided below. Templates are not to be altered in any way. These documents must be uploaded at the time of making your online nomination.
Completed nominations, including Curriculum Vitae and Private Interests Declaration, must be submitted online by 31st January 2021. Late and/or incomplete nominations will not be accepted.
Questions on the member nomination and selection process can be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and, as appropriate (for example, common questions), will be addressed though the Frequently Asked Questions page.