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SSA SA Branch - 2023 Annual General Meeting

  • 22 Mar 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 7:00 PM (ACDT)
  • 182 Victoria Square, Flinders University, Level 2 Room 2.1


The South Australian Branch of the Statistical Society would like to invite you to 2023 AGM.

Election of Returning Officer, Branch officers, Council and Public Officer

Please note only financial members of the society will be eligible to vote in person, or by proxy.

While a number of council members are willing to stand for office again, this is a first call for nominations for the positions of:

President, Vice-President, Secretary and Treasurer and, Counselor positions assist in the following tasks related to local activities and the relationship with the central SSAI: Newsletter correspondent, Young Stats organiser(s), Website coordinator, Speaker program manager.

Nominations are called for all positions and may be communicated to the Secretary Aarti Gulyani ( before the meeting or may be made from the floor at the meeting.


1.         Apologies 

2.        Minutes of the 2022 Annual General Meeting 

3.        Annual Report 

4.        Election of Returning Officer, Branch officers, Council and Public Officer 

5.        Treasurers Report 

6.        Election of Auditor 

7.        Any other business 

8.        Speaker: Dr Amal Osman (Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health, Flinders University). 


5.30pm – Refreshment & Networking

6.05pm – AGM Elections & President/Treasurer report

6.30pm - Monthly Presentation

7.30 pm - A dinner will be held after the meeting at PappaRich Malaysian Restaurant, 116 Gouger Street, Adelaide SA 5000.

Please RSVP for dinner by 21 March (Tuesday) 2023 as we are usually unable to change the booking numbers at the last minute. RSVP to Aarti Gulyani (

SPEAKER: Dr Amal Usman



Dr Amal Osman is a post-doctoral research fellow at the Adelaide Institute for Sleep Health, Flinders University. Her research involves the development of simple clinical tools to measure how collapsible the upper airway is during wakefulness and sleep in people with obstructive sleep apnoea. Dr Osman is interested in understanding the mechanisms that contribute to airway closure in sleep apnoea and developing new tools to predict responses to much needed targeted and novel OSA treatments. These tools have now been used in several clinical trials and have recently been recognised by Women In Innovation, Innovation Category, 2021 and InDaily's 40Under40, 2022 awards.

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