Working Group
Neuro-degenerative diseases Brain cancer

PANDIS is grateful for the support of our Neuro-degenerative diseases Brain Cancer Working Group



Catherine Stace Profile Picture

‘Environmental disruptors are a ‘perfect storm’ and we need to mitigate their full force if we are to ease human suffering.’

Catherine has more than 30 years’ experience in the corporate and not-for- profit sectors. Her expertise is in developing transformative strategies and leading the business growth across reputation, revenue and relationships. 
Catherine was previously CEO of Cure Brain Cancer Foundation where she was part of a global cohort to disrupt cancer models by introducing Phase 2/3 adaptive clinical trials and personalised medicine model. She resigned from her position in June 2016 due to a debilitating vector-borne illness which she has since made a recovery.
The charity was awarded the 25th most innovative company in Australia (2016/17) by the Australian Financial Review and Australian Charity of the year (2016/17) by the Australian Charity Awards, as a direct result of participatory­ leadership through collaborative, iterative design, priority-led funding and a whole-systems approach.
She is mother to two teenage boys and believes that population health and the burden of disease will exponentially improve when chronic disease is viewed through the scientific lens of environmental diseases, investigating microbes as causative agents.