Australasian Sleep Association Board 2013 / 2014

Please contact a board member through the Executive Officer:

Australasian Sleep Association
114/30 Campbell St
Blacktown, NSW 2148

or

Email: stephanie@sleep.org.au

President:

Prof Nicholas Antic
Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health & Flinders Medical Centre, SA

Immediate Past President:

Prof Shantha Rajaratnam
Monash University, Vic


Clinical Chair:

Dr Garun Hamilton
Monash Medical Centre


Conference Chair:

Dr Maree Barnes
Institute for Sleep & Breathing, Vic


Education Chair:

Dr Gillian Nixon
Department of Respiratory & Sleep Medicine, Monash Medical Centre


Finance Chair:

Dr Mark Howard
Austin Health, Vic


Membership Chair:

Dr Sadasivam Suresh
Mater Childrens Hospital, Qld


Research Chair:

Dr Danny Eckert
Neuroscience Research Australia, NSW


ASTA Representative:

Dr Angela Campbell
Bowen Hospital, Wellington, NZ


New Zealand Representative:

Dr Michael Hlavac
Christchurch Hospital, NZ


Secretariat


Executive Officer/Company Secretary:

Stephanie Blower
Australasian Sleep Association, NSW
stephanie@sleep.org.au


Administrative Officer:

Helen Burdette
Australasian Sleep Association, NSW
admin@sleep.org.au


Communications Officer:

Gaurika Bhalla
Australasian Sleep Association, NSW
communications@sleep.org.au


Conference/Membership Officer:

Mischka Yates
Australasian Sleep Association, NSW
conference@sleep.org.au
membership@sleep.org.au

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    25th Jul 14

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    10th Jul 14

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