Dr Clarissa Martin

Dr Clarissa Martin Dr Clarissa Martin is a Program Leader Lead at the Institute for Safety, Compensation and Recovery Research (ISCRR) and is responsible for developing the methodologies underpinning the Health and Disability Services Delivery Program research under the Neurotrauma Strategy Priority 1, Models of Lifetime Care. Clarissa has a clinical background in physiotherapy and…

Associate Professor Elizabeth Ozanne

Associate Professor Elizabeth Ozanne Elizabeth Ozanne is a social gerontologist, social worker and Professorial Fellow in Department of Social Work, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Melbourne. She sits on the Executive Committee of Institute for Broadband Enabled Society at the University and is involved in several current research projects exploring the intersection of population…

Professor Greg Tegart

Professor Greg TegartAM FTSE Greg Tegart has had a long career in academia, industry and Government in the areas of research, teaching, administration and providing high level policy advice on science and technology. After graduating in science in Melbourne, he went to England for post-graduate study and remained there in academic positions for 13 years.…

Professor Jeffrey Soar

Professor Jeffrey Soar Dr Jeffrey Soar holds the Chair in Human-Centred Technology in the School of Management & Enterprise at the University of Southern Queensland. He is a researcher in assistive technologies for ageing and aged care. Jeffrey came to academia following an extensive executive-level career in health information technology management for federal, state and…

Dr Erol Harvey

Dr Erol HarveyFTSE Dr. Erol Harvey, FTSE is co-founder and CEO of MiniFAB, a product development and manufacturing company focussing on point-of-care medical diagnostics and microfluidics. He has had roles in academia and private industry, serving on various State, Commonwealth and International Committees such as PMSEIC Nanotechnology Committee, Future Manufacturing Industry Innovation Council, Victorian State…

Dr Tony Fischer

Dr Tony Fischer Tony Fischer came from a wheat–sheep farm in southern New South Wales (NSW). He completed degrees in Agricultural Science at the University of Melbourne and a PhD at the University of California, Davis, USA. He worked as a crop agronomist and physiologist for the NSW Department of Agriculture and at CSIRO, and…

Dean Parham

Dean Parham Dean Parham is an expert on Australia’s productivity performance. He was long associated with Australia’s Productivity Commission where he developed and led the Commission’s ‘flagship’ program of productivity research. Since 2008, he has continued to investigate productivity trends and public policy issues in association with a number of government, academic and private-sector agencies…

Narelle Kennedy

Narelle KennedyAM Narelle Kennedy operates her own research and consulting company, The Kennedy Company Pty Ltd specialising in business innovation, new models of competitiveness and productivity, industry clustering, regional development, and regulation. Previously Narelle founded and led the pioneering, business-backed research think tank, the Australian Business Foundation as CEO for over 15 years. Narelle has…

Professor Kevin Fox

Professor Kevin FoxFASSA Kevin Fox is a Professor of Economics and Director of the Centre for Applied Economic Research in the Australian School of Business at the University of New South Wales. He works primarily in the field of economic measurement, with a focus on productivity, prices and efficiency analysis. After studying Japanese in Tokyo…

Leslie Butterfield

Leslie ButterfieldBSc Civ Eng; MAICD, MAIPM Ms Butterfield is Chief Executive Officer of a specialist Project and Strategy Advisory company which operates in the business, property and infrastructure sectors with a client group spanning Government, large corporates, and not-for-profits. She is also Managing Director Australia for its NYSE listed company parent company. She has served…