Gregory Phillips

Associate Professor, Research Fellow in Aboriginal Health, Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute

Gregory Phillips is Waanyi and Jaru from North West Queensland. He is a medical anthropologist with a PhD in psychology, a research masters in medical science and an arts degree in Aboriginal studies and government. He established an accredited Indigenous health curriculum framework for medical schools in Australia and New Zealand, the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation in the wake of the federal apology. He publishes and presents regularly on issues of race, whiteness, power and cultural safety, and consults in transformational learning and leadership.

Experience

  • –present
    Associate Professor, Research Fellow in Aboriginal Health, Baker IDI Heart & Diabetes Institute

Honours

Australian Leadership Award, ADC Forum