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Prof Alistar Robertson

Professor Robertson was Dean of the Faculty of Natural and Agricultural Sciences and then Pro Vice-Chancellor (Research) at UWA. Since retiring in mid 2013, he has joined the School of Plant Biology as an Emeritus Professor. His research interests include Plant-animal interactions and their effects on ecosystem processes in marine habita ...
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Position at CEEDChair of the Centre Advisory Board
Prof Sarah Bekessy

Associate Professor Sarah Bekessy has been teaching and conducting research in environmental studies at RMIT University since 2004. Using her background in conservation biology and more recent experience in the social sciences, Sarah has established a successful research team that seeks to engage in high impact, interdisciplinary and collaborative ...
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Prof Melissa Brown

Professor Melissa Brown is the Executive Dean of the Faculty of Science at the University of Queensland.  Melissa completed her PhD at The University of Melbourne in 1993, on blood cell growth factors and their role in human leukaemia. She then undertook postdoctoral training at the Imperial Cancer Research Fund and King’s College in Lo ...
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Position at CEEDAdvisor
Prof Yvonne Buckley

I work on the management of processes which threaten ecosystem function and biodiversity. In particular, the population dynamics, spread, evolution and herbivore interactions of both native and invasive plants. I have used a wide range of approaches to tackle these problems, from the development of simple, relatively abstract models, through to sys ...
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Prof Margaret Byrne

Margaret Byrne is Director of the Science and Conservation Division where she is active in the interface between science and policy in biodiversity conservation and management. Margaret has a strong interest in effective leadership and management and sees the integration of good people management and strategic business development as critical to th ...
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Position at CEEDAdvisor

Graeme Doole is a Professor of Environmental Economics (University of Waikato) and Economic Advisor (NZ Ministry for Environment). His research involves the use of analytical and empirical methods to investigate how best to manage agricultural and natural systems. A significant proportion of this work involves the formulation of appropriate ...
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After an extended period as part of CEED at The Australian National University, Don Driscoll joined Deakin University, Melbourne as Professor of Terrestrial Ecology in August 2015.

Position at CEEDPostdoctoral Fellow / Senior Researcher
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