Research Themes

Implementation Research, Health Services Research, Translational Cancer Research, Lung Cancer


BSc (Hons I), MSc, PGCE, PhD

Dr Bea Brown

EnRICH Program Manager

Dr Bea Brown joined the CTC in 2016. She is the Program Manager for the Embedding Research (and Evidence) in Cancer Healthcare – EnRICH Program, a translational research program in lung cancer, and is the Chief Investigator of a CINSW Innovations in Cancer Control Grant ‘Investigating and Addressing Clinical Variation in Lung Cancer'.

Bea has worked in health research and research management for over two decades and in health services and implementation research since 2009. Her undergraduate degree was in Psychology, and she has postgraduate qualifications in Organisational Psychology and Education. She completed her PhD in Implementation Research through Sydney Medical School related to the development, implementation, and evaluation of a clinical network embedded intervention within a stepped wedge cluster randomised trial ‘Clinician-Led Improvement in Cancer Care (CLICC)’in 2016. Prior to joining the CTC, Bea was a Senior Research Fellow in the Implementation Research Group at the Sax Institute, a not-for-profit organisation specialising in translation of research findings into policy, program- and service-delivery, where she worked on a range of collaborative projects involving clinicians, researchers, and policymakers.