Steering Commitee

The VCOR Steering Committee convened for the first time in January 2012. This committee is responsible for overseeing registry governance and to maintain the confidence of all parties involved. The focus of the committee includes providing direction on strategies and deliverables for the registry. All project matters are governed by the VCOR Steering Committee (SC) by way of liaison with the Clinical Quality Committee (CQC); the Data Access, Research and Publications Committee (DRP). All VCOR PCI site Principal Investigators were appointed as ex-officio members of the Steering Committee in November 2014.

Steering Committee Members 
VCOR Coordinating PI & Registry Custodian Prof Chris Reid
VCOR Clinical Director A/Prof Jeffrey Lefkovits
Principal Investigators Prof Richard Harper & Prof John McNeil
VCOR Management Ms Angela Brennan & Dr Diem Dinh
Representative from Victorian Branch CSANZ Prof Stephen Duffy
Representatives from the Victorian Cardiac Clinical Network (VCCN) Dr Arthur Nassis & Ms Aleisha McLeod
Representative from Ambulance Victoria A/Prof Dion Stubb
Consumer representative from general population Ms Sandra Anderson
Clinical Representatives from Private Hospital sector A/Prof Jeffrey Lefkovits, A/Prof Jack Gutman, Dr Deepak Haikerwal, Dr Michael Rowe, A/Prof Ronald Dick, Dr Nimalan Nadarajah, A/Prof Roderic Warren, Dr Martin Sebastian, Dr Jodie-Ann Senior, Dr Mark Horrigan, Dr Vivek Gupta, Dr Benjamin Dundon, Dr Chris Hengel, Prof Robert Whitbourn & Dr James Sapontis 
Clinical Representatives from Public Hospital sector Prof William van Gaal, A/Prof David Clark, Dr Geoffrey Toogood, Dr Jennifer Cooke, A/Prof Leeanne Grigg, A/Prof Ernesto Oqueli, Dr Voltaire Nadurata, A/Prof Nicholas Cox, A/Prof Chin Hiew, A/Prof Andrew MacIsaac, Dr Robert Gooley, Prof Stephen Nicholls, Dr Andrew Black, Dr Paul MacIntyre, Dr Nay Htun, Dr Roshan Prakash, Dr Umair Hayat & Dr Wei Liang Sim
Epidemiologist Prof Danny Liew
Chair of each sub-committee As appointed

* Positions may overlap. It is acceptable for one member to fulfill the role of multiple representative positions.