Chair person, Health Department of Western Australia
East Perth, Australia
Professor Julie Quinlivan is Chair of the Clinical Senate of Western Australia, Australia, Deputy Chair of the West Coast Institute for Training, Australia and a medical Member of the Administrative Appeals Tribunal, Australia. She is a professor and senior consultant in Obstetrics and Gynaecology. She has previously held senior administrative roles at the University of Notre Dame Australia as ProVice Chancellor and Executive Dean of Medicine, Foundation Dean of Medicine (Sydney) and Foundation Dean of Health (Sydney). In clinical medicine she has been Head of Unit in three Australian states and has a career clinical focus on high risk pregnancy, teenage and adolescent medicine. Professor Quinlivan has been awarded two international and five Australian Research awards. She has been responsible for establishing several new clinical and research centres in Australia. These new centres include the Werribee clinical school and research centre ($12M); Auburn clinical school and research centre ($12.5M); Lithgow clinical school and research centre ($10M); Cunningham Centre for Palliative Care (collaboration between UNSW, UNDA, SVMH and LCMHC, $3M); and helping develop the Cerebral Palsy Institute (collaboratively secured $3M from NSW Dept Disability for infrastructure plus $2.5M for Chair from Macquarie Group).
High risk pregnancy, teenage and adolescent medicine