CRE Funded Fellows

The CRE provides opportunities for excellent post-doctoral researchers to undertake projects in areas related to the work of the CRE.

CRE Fellows are supervised by a Chief Investigator of the CRE.

Research Fellows

Dr Robyn Marsh

Menzies School of Health Research
"Characterisation of airway microbiota in children with protracted bacterial bronchitis or bronchiectasis". Dr Robyn Marsh's completed her PhD at the Menzies School of Health Research in 2012 and has undertaken...

Dr Maree Toombs

University of Queensland
Dr Maree Toombs is the Director of Indigenous Health within the Rural Clinical School at the University of Queensland, based in Toowoomba. She is also the Chair of Carbal Aboriginal...

Dr Tegan Harris

Menzies School of Health Research
“Are non-typeable Haemophilus influenza strains carried in the nose, different to those infecting the lungs?” Tegan is a molecular microbiologist, completing her PhD through the Queensland University of Technology while...

Previous Research Fellows

Dr Gabrielle McCallum

"Improving liung health in Indigenous children through long term follow up studies". Menzies School of Health Research. Gabrielle has worked extensively in Indigenous health over many years, both as a...

Dr Alice Chen

“Why are lung macrophages dysfunctional in protracted bacterial bronchitis and bronchiectasis?” Translational Research Institute. Alice undertook her undergraduate degree in microbiology before completing her PhD in immumology under the supervision...

Dr Helen Petsky

"Anti-smoking asthma program for high schools". Centre for Children’s Health Research Helen had considerable experience as a registered nurse before embarking on her clinical research career. She completed her PhD...

Dr Noritta Morseau-Diop

In 2010, Noritta Morseau-Diop became the first Torres Strait Islander to graduate with a PhD from the University of Queensland. Noritta was awarded a CRE fellowship in 2013 to explore...