I am an experienced quantitative and qualitative researcher with extensive research marketing and communications, and research- and project- management skills.
These skills have been built over a > 15 year period, during employment at national and international universities, including an ARC/NHMRC national research network, and through liaising within and between universities, governments, business and industry.
My current role encompasses leading Flinders' Researcher Training, Development and Communication team.
2017 The Advanced Leadership Program, Women & Leadership Australia, The National Excellence in Educational Leadership Initiative (NEELI) Scholarship
2014 Australasian Research Management Society SA Chapter Early Career Award
Strategic researcher capability development
Flinders University internal research communications
RESEARCH SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE:
ARC Linkage Project "Enhancing Seagrass Restoration: Improving hessian durability in marine environments".
School of Chemical and Physical Sciences, Flinders University
Partners: SA Water; Adelaide & Mt Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management (NRM) Board; South Australian Research and Development Institute (SARDI); Department of Environment, Water and Natural Resources (DEWNR); Flinders University.
Research Management; research development in line with stakeholders (industry and government) needs; project management; communications & extensive high level technical reporting and presentations to the government and industry partners, stakeholders and the ARC; supervision, leadership and management of staff, coordinator of stakeholder meetings, including preparation of agendas and minutes; supervision and research development of undergraduate and postgraduate students and their projects.
Centre for Marine Bioproducts Development (CMBD), School of Medicine, Flinders University
Writing and peer-review of category 1, 2 and 3 grants; research management; research development in line with stakeholders (business, industry and government) needs and the Centre’s strategic plan; supervision and research development of undergraduate and postgraduate students and their projects.
National Institute of Aquatic Resources, Technical University of Denmark, Copenhagen
Research and research development; supervision and editing; industry and research partnership development; communications & technical reporting to project partners & stakeholders (National and International); teaching - Masters Coursework Students
Experience in teaching & assessing:
Masters coursework, Environmental Microbiology, Technical University of Denmark (DTU)
Undergraduate 2nd year Microbiology, Flinders University
Undergraduate 3rd year Microbiology, Flinders University
Foundation Studies, Biological Sciences, Flinders University
Research Management Engagement:
International Scientific Workshop Contributions:
Science Awards & Prizes:
Please contact me if you wish to find out more about the Australasian Research Management Society (ARMS):
ARMS is the professional society for research managers working throughout Australasia and Singapore.
The ARMS network has grown to involve more than 2700 members from universities, research agencies and institutes, medical research institutes, R&D corporations, research centres, government departments, funding bodies, industrial R&D teams, service providers, commercialisation bodies and consultancies.
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