Macquarie University Vice Chancellor Innovation Fellow
Macquarie University, Australia
B.Sc., University of Auckland, New Zealand, 1990
M.Sc. (Honours) Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Auckland, New Zealand., 1992
Ph.D. Cellular and Molecular Biology, University of Auckland, New Zealand., 1996
Macquarie University Vice Chancellor Innovation Fellow (Biotechnology, Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, Macquarie University) • Senior lecturer to a combined undergraduate (3rd yr) and Masters students course in the Department of Chemistry and Biomolecular Sciences, Macquarie University) • Supervisor and assessor of Macquarie University Post graduate students • Macquarie University Manager for the Australian Federal government NCRIS 5.5 Biofuels production initiative (www.ncrisbiofuels.org/facilities) • Organizing committee member of the Australian Bioprocessing Network group (BPN, www.bioprocessingnetwork.com.au)
Microbial Biotechnology (Industrial products),Bioprospecting, Recombinant gene cloning, expression, regulation and production,Genetic engineering and mutagenesis, Genomics, Controlled Fermentation: from laboratory-scale to large-scale, Biofuels, Synthetic Biology, Environmental Biotechnology, Systems Biology (Proteomics, Transcriptomics, Metabolomics).