PRAXIS Australia has been helping to strengthen the clinical trials, research and research ethics sectors in Australia since 2015 by offering high quality education and training to individuals and organisations in these sectors. PRAXIS Australia provides training that is cost-effective, accessible and tailorable to increase efficiency, innovation, research quality and outputs.
The PRAXIS Australia Board and team are comprised of some of Australia’s leading researchers, educators, ethicists and clinical trialists who share a passion for building capacity and excellence across Australia’s research settings.
Melanie Gentgall, CEO, will be representing PRAXIS Australia on the Steering Committee. Melanie is a respected health and clinical trials leader who has been contributing to the strength of the ecosystem for over 25 years. Melanie led the establishment of a Phase 1 Clinical Trials Unit for the University of Adelaide and is actively involved in ethics committees, clinical trials working parties and advisory groups in Australia and internationally. She is a passionate and dedicated research advocate who is committed to improving access to education and training of the highest quality for the ecosystem.
Melanie’s involvement will be supported by PRAXIS Australia’s Strategic Alliances Partner Sally Armstrong and the PRAXIS Australia team.