Dr Michael Di Francesco is an Associate Professor in Public Sector Management and Director of the Case Program at The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG), on secondment from the School of Social Sciences, University of Ne
I am a Neurosurgeon interested in several areas of research in Neurosciences. Particular areas of current interest are brain tumours and novel methods of treatment, Spinal cord injury and degenerative spinal disorders.
I am an international authority in the area of project governance. My research has been published by Standards Australia as HB280 a handbook explaining how boards and top managers influence business projects to succeed.
Ms Vuong Thi Huong Thu obtained a Master Degree in Public Health from Ohio State University in the USA in 2006 while on a Fulbright scholarship. The focus of her Masters study was health services management and policy.
I am a Research Associate in the Climate Change Research Centre and the Department of Applied Mathematics at the University of New South Wales. I received my PhD in physical oceanography from Stanford University in March 2016.