I have always been fascinated by the role and impact science has in society. I grew up wanting to be an astronaut, in lieu of this I studied physics. For more than 20 years I worked as a research scientist in both academia (RMIT University & Salford University) and industry (Amcor Research & Technology Centre).
Currently, I am researching and writing a biography of the positron and its antimatter siblings.
I addition I work in the Research, Innovation & Commercialisation group at The University of Melbourne.
As well as holding an ARC Queen Elizabeth II Fellow, I held fellowships and grants from the UK Ministry of Defense (Royal Signals & Radar Establishment, Malvern), the UK Science and Engineering Research Council and the Australian Research Council. I have also worked in corporate, strategy, marketing and consulting roles.
A retired triathlete I have been known to race and enjoy the occasional ultra trail-run.
PhD candidate, University of Melbourne
Executive Director Innovation, Clarity Now
Science Communicator, Lucid Thoughts
Manager, External RIC Enquiries, University of Melbourne
Councillor, The Royal Society of Victoria
Research Partnerships Officer, University of Melbourne
Acting Faculty Research Manager, University of Melbourne
Senior Research Services Officer, University of Melbourne
Senior Manager, National Leads, National Australia Bank
Principal Research Scientist, Amcor Research & Tecnology Centre
ARC Queen Elizabeth II Fellow, RMIT University
SERC Postdoctoral Research Assistant, University of Salford (UK)
MOD Research Assistant, University of Salford (UK)
Technical Assistant, RMIT
The University of Melbourne, Graduate Diploma Arts (History & philosophy of science)
Melbourne Business School, Post Grad Dip
University of Salford (UK), PhD
RMIT, Master of Applied Science
RMIT, Bachelor of Applied Physics
The Royal Society of Victoria
Physical Sciences (02)
History And Philosophy Of Science (Incl. Non Historical Philosophy Of Science) (220206)