As the Research Director of Aged Care Research & Industry Innovation Australia (ARIIA), Sue works with aged care providers and the community to optimise ageing, aged care, and the effective use of technology through research translation. She brings over 20 years of physiotherapy experience and more than 15 years of academic experience to this role. Her research has involved collaboration with local government, aged care and health service providers, and colleagues from other universities.
Doctor of Philosophy (Health Science) University of South Australia
Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy) South Australian Institute of Technology
Graduate Diploma in Business Administration Australian Institute of Business
Graduate Certificate Tertiary Teaching James Cook University
Authored over 120 publications in peer reviewed journals.
Lead investigator in grants worth over $51 million.
Research Director Workforce Capability Lead for ARIIA.
Endeavour research fellowship 2011 -
Member of the Australian American Leadership Dialogue 2012-2014 -
Lymphoedema Consultant Centre for Neglected Tropical Diseases (CNTD) Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine - FEB 2018
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