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I am a research fellow at Deakin University, with a research focus on marine ecosystems, conservation management, connectivity and wildlife tracking.
Psychologist with mathematical and statistical orientation. Specialising in Autism, and in paediatric injury prevention.
Dr Jeromy Anglim's research interests are broadly at the interface of statistics and industrial / organisational psychology with particular interest in skill acquisition, performance, individual differences, psychometrics, and selection and recruitment.
Professor of Surgery, Deakin University and Barwon Health at Univesity Hospital Geelong. General Surgeon with special interest in Global Health, Endocrine Surgery, Colorectal surgery, Emergency Surgery and Health Systems including Health IT. Previously Professor of Surgery at University of Papua New Guinea (92-2000) and University of Melbourne (2000-2010). Originally trained in Edinburgh (BSc Hons, MB ChB, FRCSEd, ChM) before working in South Africa, Zambia, and Hong Kong before Papua New Guinea and Australasia. Former Council Member (2007-2016) and Past President (2015-16) of Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.
Dr Maryann Street is a Senior Research Fellow in the Deakin University School of Nursing and Midwifery and Deakin Quality and Patient Safety (QPS) - Eastern Health Partnership. Her research focus is on the delivery of safe, quality, and evidence-based healthcare, during transitions of care, including Emergency Care for older people, and risk management for patients following surgery.
I am a statistician and research fellow at the Institute for Physical Activity and Nutrition at Deakin University in Australia.
My main area of research is on advancing understanding of the impact of neighbourhoods on health, particularly through the development and application of novel methodologies and statistical analysis techniques. I am particularly interested in assessing the obesogenic environment and equitable access to services, combining individual level and area level data.
I have a unique background as I have both an optometry degree and also have also completed doctoral studies in molecular biology. Near the end of my PhD at Queensland University of Technology, I changed careers and began a course of study in optometry. While studying in the optometry course, I concurrently finished my PhD and also began work as a research assistant in a vision and driving project within the School of Optometry, working with Associate Professor Joanne Wood. In my final year of the optometry program, I also assisted Dr. Jennifer Chen and Associate Professor Katrina Schmid with a myopia research project as a research assistant.
After started my professional life in private optometric practice, I realized that my first love is still that of scientific research and tertiary education as it presents the greater mental challenge. At this time I applied for a postdoctoral research position in Professor Christine Wildsoet’s lab at UC Berkeley and have been in this position since August 2009. In the last year I have been working steadily to build my research and teaching credentials in preparation for taking my first steps into academia. I now seek to combine all that I have learned and most importantly pass this knowledge onto others through teaching.