NSW PCCR Team

NSW PCCR Coordinator

Serina Teuss

Serina Teuss

BND (Hons)
Serina has worked in population based registries at a state and a national level for the past 7 years. She is experienced in the management of projects particularly those pertaining to epidemiological research using the NSW Cancer Registry. She is responsible for the overall management of the NSW PCC.

PCCR Administrative Officer

Karen Silva

Karen Silva

Certificate 4 in Frontline Management and Certificate 3 in Business Administration

Karen has over 10 years’ administrative experience and her most recent role was at the Kennedy Health Group looking after the administrative needs of three nursing homes. Karen manages the administrative needs of the PCCR and also assists with recruitment and data entry.

PCCR Project Officer

Will Ooi

Will Ooi

M.HlthSci, B.AppSci, GradDipPsych
Will has a background in clinical data management and psychology, with experience working as a trial coordinator for breast cancer studies and as a project officer at the Australian & New Zealand Clinical Trials Registry (ANZCTR) and in the fields of renal conditions and stroke & rehabilitation. Will manages the collection of data from participating hospitals and clinicians and the collection of Quality of Life data from participating men.

NSW PCCR Data Collection Officers

Amanda McParlane

Amanda McParlane

BN, MPH
Amanda has clinical nursing experience and experience in the management of clinical and epidemiological research studies. Amanda is responsible for collecting data from participating hospitals and clinicians and the collection of Quality of Life data from participating men.

Rebecca Sebastian

Rebecca Sebastian

BSc, MProfPsyc
Rebecca has a background in psychology and experience working in the mental health field, and as a research assistant. Rebecca is responsible for collecting data from participating hospitals and clinicians and the collection of Quality of Life data from participating men.

Julie Sherring

Julie Sherring

BSc (Hons)
Julie has a health and research background and was most recently employed as a Project Manager at the Early Start Centre (based at the University of Wollongong) where she was involved with the development of movement guidelines for children and young people. Julie is responsible for collecting data from participating hospitals and clinicians and the collection of Quality of Life data from participants.

Colin Moloney

Colin Moloney

B Ed (Adult Ed), Grad Cert Lang Teach, NSW
Colin Moloney has a background in social work and is currently in the process of completing a Master’s degree in Social Work at the Australian Catholic University. Colin has worked with people from culturally and linguistic diverse backgrounds, young adults, people with disability and people who have experienced social disadvantage. Colin is responsible for collecting data from participating hospitals and clinicians and the collection of Quality of Life data from participants.