Professor Gray is the Director of the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine and the Centre for Online Health. His substantive position at the University is as the Masonic Chair in Geriatric Medicine.
He has formal training in medicine as a specialist geriatrician and in health administration. He assumed the role of Professor in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Queensland in 2002. He established the Centre for Research in Geriatric Medicine in 2009, and took up the additional role of Director of the Centre for Online Health in 2010.
Previously he held senior management positions in the public health system in Victoria, in general management and aged care services.
His research interests focus on aged care policy, models of aged care service delivery, assessment and care planning systems, and in recent years, e-health and telemedicine strategies.
He leads international development of the interRAI Acute Care system of assessment, and is the Australian coordinator for interRAI (http://www.interrai.org). He is the Principle Investigator on the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Telehealth, established in 2013.
Gray, Len (2016). Second generation telegeriatrics. In: The Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting 2016, “The AGEnder Paradox”, Cairns, Queensland, Australia, (15-15). 1–3 June, 2016. doi:10.1111/ajag.12336
Crouch, A., Cheung, V., Gray, L., Yelland, C. and Salih, S. (2009). Predicting walking time on a geriatric rehabilitation ward. In: Australasian Journal on Ageing. The Australian & New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, “Of Bones, Jointes and Sinewes”: Musculoskeletal Medicine at the end of The Bone and Joint Decade. The Australian & New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine Annual Scientific Meeting, “Of Bones, Jointes and Sinewes”: Musculoskeletal Medicine at the end of The Bone and Joint Decade, Fremantle, Australia, (A7-A7). 7–9 September, 2009. doi:10.1111/j.1741-6612.2009.00386.x