Greg Pratt



Greg Pratt

Manager of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research – QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute, Queensland, Australia


Mr Gregory Pratt is descended from the Brown family of the Noonucal tribe of the Quandamooka people of Stradbroke Island. As a boy, he spent much of his childhood with the Gugu-Yalanji people of Cape York, growing up in the township of Laura. With the support of his community and his family, Greg undertook study at the University of Southern Queensland, where he graduated with a degree in Psychology. Greg has a significant work history and track record as a project manager, clinician and policy advisor.

Greg’s track record includes managing nationally-funded, complex partnership projects and he has extensive experience working with the health service sector, policy personnel and researchers. His current role at QIMR Berghofer focuses on implementing and developing a transparent and needs based approach to research that benefits Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health; to support process that questions not only the role of biomedical research in furthering indigenous health, but the role of the indigenous health in supporting biomedicine to realise its potential.

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