OCHRe (Our Collaborations in Health Research)

OCHRe (Our Collaborations in Health Research): A national network for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers

OCHRe is one of the largest cohorts of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander researchers ever assembled in Australia. Its goal is to support and develop the next generation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research leaders and improve the health and wellbeing of Australia’s First Nations peoples.

The network is funded by the NHMRC and is co-led by Gail Garvey (The University of Queensland), Alex Brown (Australian National University), Janine Mohamed (Lowitja Institute) and Sandra Eades AO (The University of Melbourne).

OCHRe Network Webinar – Leadership in First Nations Health Research

This webinar focuses on capacity building for the next generation of researchers and includes sessions on critically reviewing for the MJA and how to write a good NHMRC grant.

Project members

Gail Garvey

Professor Gail Garvey (AM)

NHMRC Leadership Fellow and Professor in Indigenous Health Research

Ms Heather Ann D'Antoine

Senior Manager, National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Research Network
Meg Norris

Mrs Meg Norris

Principal Administration Coordinator