Associate Professor Anderiesz is the Deputy Chief Executive Officer at Cancer Australia. Upon joining the Commonwealth Government in 2006, Cleola has established and implemented a number of national cancer initiatives spanning research, clinical trials, health data, service development, and clinical practice. In 2018 she was appointed to lead the implementation of the Australian Government’s first health Mission – the Australian Brain Cancer Mission. She provided executive oversight of the Ministerial enquiry into lung cancer screening in Australia and is currently providing executive leadership in the development of an Australian Cancer Plan.
Cleola has previously worked nationally and internationally as a medical researcher in the field of reproductive biology, has held various positions on international, national and state committees and has worked in research, policy and strategy in the not-for-profit sector. She is an Honorary Principal Fellow at the Centre for Health Policy, Melbourne School of Population & Global Health University of Melbourne.
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