RED Hub is here to help you grow your research skills and networks to maximise your research outcomes and real-world impact.
There is always something happening at RED Hub, with training workshops, a mentorship program, networking and social events, professional and personal development opportunities.
No matter where you are in your research career, an Honours or HDR (Masters or PhD) student, early and mid-career academic, senior academic, or professional research staff, we welcome you to join our community of trailblazing researchers at Flinders.
RED Hub offers support, training, and professional and personal development for our researchers, including Honours and HDR students, early and midcareer academics, senior academics, professional research staff, and rural, remote and Indigenous students and academics.
Researchers from all of these groups are represented on the RED Hub steering committee.
RED Hub respects and recognises philosophies, knowledges, research, contributions and sovereignty of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities in Australia, since time immemorial. The FHMRI community commits to actively building understanding and acceptance of our shared histories, as we work towards a shared future. Importantly, the FHMRI community recognises the ongoing impacts of colonisation and is committed to reconciliation through our research.
RED Hub is committed to advancing gender inclusion, diversity and equity (GIDE) and providing a safe, collegial and fair environment for all. RED Hub will embed GIDE considerations in all activities and will proactively address barriers to equity and inclusion for staff and students and also within the research and development activities it supports.
Interesting articles & resources on life as a researcher, such as
- Tips and tricks to navigate the research world
- Managing GIDE issues
- Staying well in research
Deputy Director (Research Education and Development) and Head of Medical Biochemistry
Briony’s aim is to develop improved treatments for diabetes and cancer. She is a Biochemist and Protein Chemist with research interests in understanding the molecular mechanisms regulating insulin and insulin-like growth factor action in normal growth and development, as well as in diseases such as diabetes and cancer. Briony’s research contributes directly to the fundamental understanding of how insulin and insulin-like growth factors interact with receptors and regulatory proteins. She has an international profile and over 80 publications in this area.
Briony is also passionate about training and supporting researchers to be successful and to make a positive impact on society and in communities with their research. She is thrilled to be able to do this in her role as Deputy Director of Research Education Development. In this capacity, Briony aims to develop a vibrant and outstanding research environment in the College of Medicine and Public Health through developing professional and personal development opportunities. She aims particularly to encourage and support young researchers, women in science as well as Indigenous and Rural and Remote CMPH researchers.
FHMRI RDS is here to support RED Hub. Michelle Cox and Charlotte Scobie provide communications, administrative, and strategic project support for RED Hub initiatives. Please get it touch with us using the contact form below.
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