ADDRI established an esteemed panel of Advisors who provide expert advice and/or continue collaboration from a scientific standpoint. Their outstanding reputation and track record span the areas of clinical medicine and public health mandated in our Constitution.

ADDRI is indebted to their willing support and very much looks forward to working together to promote the research on asbestos and dust-related diseases.

Professor Tim Driscoll

Tim DriscollProfessor Tim Driscoll is an occupational epidemiologist and a specialist in occupational and environmental medicine and public health medicine. He is Professor in epidemiology and occupational medicine in the Sydney School of Public Health at the University of Sydney. Tim’s main areas of interest include the burden of occupational disease and injury; occupational cancer and exposure to occupational carcinogens, particularly asbestos; occupational lung disease; increasing the practical application and influence of epidemiological principles and findings; and improving the communication of epidemiological principles and findings to the general public. He leads the occupational risk factors expert working group in the Global Burden of Disease study, where his work has particularly included the burden of disease from asbestos exposure.

Mr Michael Kottek
Dr Anthony Linton
A/Prof Brian C McCaughan AM, MB BS (Hons 1), FRACS
Professor Anna Nowak
A/Prof Deborah Yates
Professor Ken Takahashi