The Reproductive, Maternal and Newborn Health CAG is a multidisciplinary collaboration which brings together key members of Sydney Health Partners to provide unique opportunities to accelerate the transfer of research innovation into healthcare improvements for women and babies.


  • Harness the research translational and health policy initiatives of all its leading partners and Improve quality of care for women and babies in NSW, by measuring and understanding variations in care.
  • Systematically strengthen, develop, and evaluate interventions to reduce unnecessary variations in perinatal care.
  • Create the infrastructure and mentorship environment for interdisciplinary capacity and capability building.
  • Develop future academic and health service leaders in the field of women’s health and newborn care.

Leadership Team

Chairs: Professor Dharmintra Pasupathy & Professor Adrienne Gordon

  • Prof Kirsten Black
  • Dr Bradley de Vries
  • Dr Felicity Gallimore
  • Dr Justin McNab
  • Ms Sarah Melov
  • Prof Jonathan Morris
  • Dr Danielle Muscat
  • Prof Natasha Nassar
  • A/Prof Tanya Nippita
  • Prof Karen Walker

Disciplines represented in leadership team
Obstetrics, Women’s Reproductive Health, Perinatal Medicine, Nursing, Health Informatics, Translational Research, Social Science, Public Health

SHP Organisations
Sydney Local Health District, Northern Sydney Local Health District, Western Sydney Local Health Distrct, The University of Sydney

Get Involved

Want to learn more?
Please email Sharon Eadie,, Centre Manager, Reproduction and Perinatal Centre