Brian Hutchison became a member of CHEPA in 1998, and served as its director from 2002 until his retirement in 2005. He joined McMaster University in 1975, and is a professor emeritus in the departments of family medicine and clinical epidemiology and biostatistics.
Jonathan Lomas is co-founder of CHEPA and was the centre’s co-ordinator from 1991 until 1996. He then moved to Ottawa to become Chief Executive Officer of the Canadian Health Services Research Foundation -- a nationally endowed organization founded in 1997 to support evidence-informed decision-making in the health sector. An Officer of the Order of Canada, Lomas has been called “the Godfather of knowledge translation” by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research.
Greg Stoddart, who co-founded CHEPA with Jonathan Lomas, and served as its co-ordinator from 1988 to 1990, has made numerous significant contributions to the field of health policy. He joined McMaster University in 1976, and retired in early 2008.
George Torrance, a founding member of CHEPA, is a world leader in economic evaluation of medical treatments and health services, and was the first researcher at McMaster University to study in this field. He joined the University in 1967, and fulfilled various roles for the next 30 years, including a term as dean of the DeGroote School of Business.
Christel Woodward joined CHEPA as an associate member in 1988, and became a member in 1997. She retired from CHEPA and McMaster University in 2005.
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