Dr Megan Ross is an APHRA registered physiotherapist and postdoctoral researcher at The University of Queensland, Australia. Megan received a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (with First Class Honours) and a PhD in Physiotherapy from The University of Queensland. Megan is the inaugural Chair of the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s LGBTQIA+ Advisory Panel and has served on the State Branch Committee for the Musculoskeletal Special Interest Group since 2021. Megan practiced in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinics prior to undertaking her PhD research to characterise the clinical presentation of tibialis posterior tendinopathy. Megan has published 20 journal articles and is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the RECOVER Injury Research Centre, focusing on access to and utilisation of health care, specifically in relation to marginalised populations, digital health and consumer perspectives. Dr Ross leads a program of research in the area of LGBTQIA+ experiences of, and access to healthcare with a focus on physiotherapy and allied health. Megan has received over $50, 000 AUD in funding to co-design, implement and evaluate an educational resource to improve physiotherapists cultural safety for LGBTQIA+ communities.