Julia Brotherton - Medical Director

B Med (Hons), MPH (Hons), Grad Dip App Epi, FAFPHM, PhD, GAICD

Associate Professor Brotherton is the Medical Director of the National HPV Vaccination Program Register and a public health physician with training in vaccine preventable disease surveillance and epidemiology. She is a medical graduate from the University of Newcastle, NSW, has a Masters degree in Public Health and a Doctorate of Philosophy from the University of Sydney, and holds a Fellowship in Public Health Medicine. For the past ten years Julia has been involved in research and policy development informing the implementation and evaluation of HPV vaccination programs in Australia. She has been a lead investigator in Australian research which has demonstrated the world’s first evidence of dramatic declines in both HPV infections and pre-cancerous cervical lesions in young women post- vaccination. She has over 100 publications and is passionate about using public health data to undertake policy-relevant research.

Genevieve Chappell - Manager, Registries

BappSc (MRA), MBA

Genevieve Chappell is an experienced senior manager having held numerous service delivery and operations roles in acute, non-acute, public and private health settings for more than 20 years. As the Registries Manager for VCS, Genevieve oversees the operations of the National HPV Vaccination Program Register (NHVPR); Victorian Cervical Cytology Registry (VCCR); South Australian Cervix Screening Register (SACSR) and Victorian Participant Follow Up Function (PFUF) of the National Bowel Screening Program.
With a strong interest in population health and cancer screening, Genevieve has managed registries and data services since 2000, including eight years as Director of Operations for BreastScreen Victoria, prior to joining VCS in 2008. Other positions held include Manager, Health Information Services, The Royal Melbourne Hospital and Health Information Advisor.
Genevieve is committed to the provision of high quality registry and data services and has been a member of numerous national and local committees and working groups on screening and quality.