Dr Bronwyn Morris is a Research Program Manager for the Centre of Research Excellence - TACTICS (Targeted Approaches to Improve Cancer Services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians) at Menzies School of Health Research. In this position Dr Morris is responsible for overseeing the administration of the CRE, meeting key milestones such as research outputs, knowledge translation and dissemination of research, community and stakeholder engagement, and staff development. Prior to this position Dr Morris held post-doctoral research positions at Griffith University, Cancer Council Qld, and the National Human Genome Research Institute (at the National Institutes of Health), USA. Her research and publications have focused on key priorities in cancer care, posttraumatic growth, psychosocial adjustment after cancer, post-diagnosis supportive care, and preventative health behaviours in at-risk families. Dr Morris has extensive knowledge and experience in mixed methods research, program management, successful competitive grant and tender writing, and strategic research planning.