Ruth Seeber
Senior Project Officer and Western Australia Coordinator
Ruth Seeber is a molecular pharmacologist with 18 years experience working at the University of Western Australia and Harry Perkins Institute of Medical Research. She is an assay technology co-inventor and has extensive experience in managing projects at the academic-industry interface. Ruth therefore brings key insights into how researchers can work effectively on this boundary.
Premila Paiva
Victoria Coordinator
Premila is a senior research fellow in Women's Health Research at Monash University with a successful publication and competitive track record in fund sourcing, engagement with key opinion leaders and stakeholders in clinical and allied health and organisation of professional development events for early career researchers and advocate for science in the community. Premila is a committee member of the Australian Society for Medical Research Victorian Chapter and University of Melbourne Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health Sciences, Early Career Research Academic Network. As part of Accelerating Australia, Premila is the node contact for Victoria and manages the coordination of programs run in Melbourne.
Sean Harris
New South Wales Coordinator (Joint)
Sean has a total of 12 years nursing experience 6 of which at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital on the casual pool, giving him hands on experience on many ward’s and department’s within Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Sean is the Program Coordinator for Biodesign Sydney.
Isabella Hajduk
New South Wales Coordinator (Joint)
Isabella Hajduk is a Research Associate at the University of Technology Sydney, having completed her PhD in microscopy and microbiology. Her current research focuses on chlamydia growth and host interactions. Isabella also works as the program coordinator for the SPARK Sydney program.

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