Robert Baxter is head of the Hormones and Cancer Group at the Kolling Institute. His research has contributed to understanding the regulation of normal tissue and body growth, and the aberrant cellular growth in cancer and overgrowth syndromes.
Simon Chapman is Emeritus Professor in the School Public Health at the University of Sydney. He is a world-renowned leader in research into the tobacco industry and the effects of cigarette advertising.
Rebecca Mason is a leading Vitamin D researcher whose work aims to find ways to reduce the burden of sun damage and skin cancer. Her research explores the role of Vitamin D in protecting against cancer.
Roger Reddel is a medical oncologist, molecular geneticist and an internationally renowned expert on cancer cell immortalisation - the ability of cancer cells to divide an unlimited number of times.
John Thompson is Professor of Melanoma and Surgical Oncology at the University of Sydney. He pioneered the novel technique of isolated limb infusion with cytotoxic agents for melanoma.
Kate White specialises in cancer and palliative care research. Her major research interests are in areas of supportive care in cancer and palliative care, psychosocial and quality of life issues in cancer with an emphasis on rural health.