The Panel is made up of the state’s brightest minds from industry and business and provides strategic advice to the Premier on driving economic growth and creating high-skill, high-wage jobs in Victoria.
In its 2016 report to Government, the Panel’s message was clear in identifying the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct as offering significant potential for job creation and growth and increased investment, both locally and internationally.
The Executive Chair of the Melbourne Biomedical Office leads a team of advisors and project managers, experienced in public sector and health strategy development, policy and planning. The Terms of Reference for the Executive Chair are set out below.
The Office is funded through the Victorian Government and reports to the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet.
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6. The Executive Chair of the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct primary objectives are to promote:
7. In order to achieve these objectives, the Executive Chair of the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct will, in consultation with relevant government bodies and organisations within the precinct:
8. In developing a strategic plan for the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct and advice to Government on how to support the Melbourne Biomedical Precinct, the Executive Chair will consult regularly with hospitals, universities, research institutes and industry in the MBP.
9. The Executive Chair will also: