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Elizabeth Paton
Executive Officer
Elizabeth (Libby) Paton was appointed as the Executive Officer for the Australia and New Zealand Melanoma Trials Group based at the Melanoma Institute Australia in Sydney in 2010. Libby graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor Degree in Science (Biostatistics) and Arts (German language and Fine Arts). Libby then commenced employment in clinical trials and research and has worked broadly with industry, clinical research organisations and the academic sector. Libby has worked in Australia and Europe specialising in oncology research.

Katrina Diamante
Project Officer

Katrina Diamante graduated with a Bachelor of Medical Science in 2015 majoring in Immunobiology and Physiology, she has also recently completed her Master of Science in Medicine (Infection and Immunity) at The University of Sydney. Although new to the world of clinical trials, Katrina's interests lie in the area of immunology and cancer physiology and she is excited to be working in this field.

Alex Economides
Project Officer

Alex Economides was born and raised on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. Studying a Bachelors of Medical Science at the University of Technology, Sydney Alex has a keen interest in the dynamic and rapidly evolving fields of medical research, specifically Clinical Trials. This is Alex’s first time working in Clinical Trials and he is motivated to learn and grow with the group. He also enjoys writing in the third person, coffee and sarcasm.

Narelle Williams
Project Officer

Narelle Williams is a Registered Nurse with a background in high dependency nursing and a Master of Public Health. Narelle has worked as a research nurse and clinical trial coordinator at the Centre for Kidney Research based at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead for over 10 years. She has coordinated multi-centre international research studies, including the DETECT (Detecting bowel cancer through screening in chronic kidney disease) study examining the efficacy, efficiency and patient perspectives of colorectal cancer screening using the immunochemical faecal occult blood test. She has also been involved with other clinical research studies including the FEVER Study (Febrile evaluation of children in the emergency room), the Health and Wealth in children and adolescents with chronic kidney disease (KCAD) study and qualitative studies involving patients with chronic kidney disease. 

Vikki Steel
Clinical Data Project Officer
Vikki has worked within clinical trials for the past 9 years, with the majority of that time spent as a Clinical Data Manager. Her experience spans across Phase I-III studies in relation to lung, gynae, breast and haematological cancers. Since joining ANZMTG in 2012, Vikki has contributed to the setup and running of a number of melanoma trials and enjoys the variety in her day to day work that comes with working in such a dynamic field.

Jennifer Kinsella
Clinical Data Coordinator
Jennifer has recently moved to Sydney from Brisbane after completing her Bachelor of Arts and Postgraduate Certificate in International Studies from the University of Queensland. Jennifer is new to the world of clinical trials but has moved into this field while working for the University of Sydney. Jennifer has a diverse employment history, working in such companies and government departments such as the University of Queensland, Queensland Police, Commonwealth Bank and Australian Customs. As a clinical data coordinator, Jennifer has learnt quickly and is applying her common sense and business skills to various ANZMTG trials.