David is currently the Head of Distribution (CSB) within the Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Group. He is the Chairman of the New Palm Court Orchestra and also a Non-Executive Director of the Bendigo Community Bank® Network, General Practice Registrars Australia and the Intensive Care Foundation.
David brings to the team a strong financial management, marketing and governance background having also previously held roles at Dimensional Fund Advisers and Macquarie Bank. He was the Founding Chairman of the Dry July Foundation, the Australian Corporate Ambassador to UNICEF and an advisory board member at the ATO representing the not-for-profit sector.
David is a Fellow of the Australasian Institute of Financial Services and a Graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. David holds degrees in Finance and Business Law from ESC Rouen, France and the University of Technology, Sydney along with post-graduate studies in Strategy Management at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University.
Adam Castricum became a Fellow with the Australasian College of Sports Physicians in 2008 after successfully completing 6 years of training in Melbourne and Sydney. He was appointed Chief Medical Officer for Athletics Australia soon after and headed up the medical team for the successful Australian Track and Field team at the 2012 London Olympic Games. In 2014 he joined the excellent medical and conditioning team at Hawthorn Football Club. In 2015, he joined the ACSP Board as Vice President, sitting on the Continuing Professional Development and Accreditation Committees. In 2016 he was elected to President of the newly named Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians.
His professional areas of interest include athletics, all codes of football, alpine skiing, lower limb injuries, exercise prescription, adolescent injuries, fatigue in athletes and exercise induced asthma, on which he completed his Masters Research in 2008.
Hamish Osborne is a graduate of the University of Otago. He spent nearly 13 years living and doing his Sport and Exercise Physician training in Perth, Western Australia. He completed a Masters of Medical Science by thesis with a double blinded randomised placebo-controlled clinical trial of treatments for plantar fasciitis. He worked in private practice in Perth developing techniques for rehabilitation of chronic shoulder conditions gleaned from his travelling fellowship in 2000 to the USA to visit Ben Kibler. This research interest in tendonopathy and clinical interest in exercise prescription by sports physicians has led to an intense clinical interest combining evidenced based and experienced-based medicine into his private practice.
He is half time in clinical practice working as a Sport and Exercise Physician at his Dunedin clinic. He is a Senior Lecturer in Sport and Exercise Medicine at the University of Otago. He is academic convenor of the Post Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine. He the lead clinician developing a Post Graduate Diploma in Obesity Prevention and Management. His research interests include redefining what is normal gluteal strength, concussion prevention and treatment and functional motor control of the shoulder.
Paul Blackman gained fellowship of the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians in 1996, winning the college medal for the best candidate. He has extensive experience in Australian Rules football working with North Melbourne and Richmond, then Collingwood from 1997 to 2010 as chief medical officer. He is currently medical director at Melbourne FC. Paul also has interests in athletics and is currently medical officer for the Australian track and field team. Other team attachments have included the Australian Socceroos, Judo Victoria, Swimming Victoria and the Victorian Weightlifting Federation.
Paul has particular expertise in ultrasound guided procedures such as shoulder hydrodilatation and hip joint injection in addition to exercise induced leg pain, knee, shoulder and hip/groin pain.
Currently Paul serves on the Board of Directors at Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre and the ACSEP. He is also a member of the ACSEP's Board of Censors and is actively involved with Registrar training.
Louise has been practicing sport and exercise medicine for over 20 years.
She values a holistic approach to patient care and works within a bio-psycho-social framework where possible, understanding that people are complex and that the individual brings their own unique set of circumstances to each problem. In this way, she tailors management plans in a bespoke fashion- for the elite, the recreational, the worker and the inactive.
In addition to treating all general musculoskeletal conditions, Louise has particular interests in female athletes; fatigue in athletes (especially endurance athletes); persisting pain (knee, pelvis, back and neck) and issues regarding lifestyle, stress, eating psychology and weight management.
Louise obtained her specialist Fellowship in 1999 after training with the Australasian College of Sport and Exercise Physicians (ACSEP), being awarded the College Medal.
Over the space of her career, she has worked with various teams (Balmain RLJFC , Warringah Rugby Club and Manly Warringah RLFC) and covered numerous events (notably the 2000 Sydney Olympic games, and the last 6 series of The Biggest Loser). She continues to lecture widely to various groups including GPs, physios and other health professionals, athletes and the general public.
Louise is currently involved in leadership roles within the ACSEP, sitting on the Board of Directors and is current Censor in Chief, overseeing the College examination process.
A highly commercial Senior Executive with over 30 years’ experience and a proven track records of building and transforming business performance gained within some of Australia’s leading organisations. Joe has extensive experience in financial and Accounting Treasury, Change and Project Management including Mergers/ Implementation, Risk and Compliance, Board Governance and conducting independent investigations.
Robin has had a significant career across the commercial and academic sectors. Now a Non Executive Director, with appointments on several NFP boards, Robin also has a varied consulting practice, working with several consulting consortia.
In her executive career, Robin was most recently CEO of Family Business Australia, a NFP Association dedicated to sustaining and growing family businesses. Prior to that, Robin moved to Melbourne to take on the substantial role of Deakin University’s Deputy Vice-Chancellor International and Development with responsibility for international and domestic marketing. Her portfolio extended to student administration and support. Robin has a Bachelor of Arts, Diploma of Education and Masters of Commerce (Marketing).
Early in her career she worked for 15 years with Australian steel manufacturer and distributor Tubemakers in a variety of roles around Australia and was Manager Oil & Gas Pipelines, managing a $200 million steel pipe mill when she left. She was then Director Marketing, Recruitment & Partnerships at the University of Wollongong, where she managed the international and domestic student recruitment functions and alumni, community and fundraising portfolios. She had a senior executive role in the University’s commercial arm and was a member of the TAFE Illawarra Advisory Council, Chair of the Regional Development Australia, President of the Business Chamber and a Director of the Port Kembla Port Corporation.
Robin has taken up rowing since moving to Melbourne, and happily rises at 4:45am all year round to train for local regattas; she has also attended the World Masters Regatta in Europe.
Rachel is a 3rd year Registrar on the ACSEP training program and the current Registrar Representative. She has recently moved from Perth to Canberra, where she works at Canberra Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine. She has completed the IOC Diploma in Sports Medicine and a Diploma of Child Health, whilst working in hospital medicine. Since joining the training program she has worked with Australian rowing, swimming and Paralympic swimming teams, and in the new Womens AFL league for the Fremantle Dockers.
Rachel has been a board member at the Western Australian Institute of Sport since 2009 and is a member of the University of Western Australia’s Sports Advisory Board. She was an executive committee member of the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (WA) for nine years.
Rachel has a background in elite sport, having represented Australia in swimming from 1995 to 2000. Her highlights include representing Australia in the 800m freestyle and 400m individual medley at the Sydney 2000 Olympics and 1998 Commonwealth Games, where she won gold in the 800m Freestyle.