CoREs Expert Selection Panels
Expert Selection Panels have been established to assess the range of applications to the 2019/20 CoREs funding round.
There are five discipline-based Expert Selection Panels, which make recommendations to the Advisory Committee. These panels are composed of experts in their research fields of interest and who have a high level of expertise in the assessment of research quality and excellence.
- Biological and Health Sciences
- Ecology, Marine and Environmental Sciences
- Culture, Heritage and Language
- Social Sciences, Economics and Policy
- Physical Sciences, Engineering and Mathematics
Including biochemistry; biotechnology; microbiology; cellular & molecular biology; genetics; animal and plant sciences; human health and disease; immunology; epidemiology; physiology; neurobiology; biomechanics; medical devices; food science; nutrition.
|Dr Ian Ferguson (Chair)||Plant and Food Research|
|Professor David Lloyd||Griffith University|
|Professor Sally Merry||University of Auckland|
|Dr Melissa McLeod||University of Otago|
|Professor Suzanne Crowe||Burnet Institute|
Including geography; ecology; ecosystem health; biological control; oceanography; climate change; conservation; Māori and Pacific people’s environmental knowledge and natural resource management.
|Emeritus Professor Roger McLean (Chair)||University of New South Wales|
|Professor Helen Ross||University of Queensland|
|Professor James Shulmeister||University of Canterbury|
|Professor Abigail Smith||University of Otago|
|Professor Mark Adams||Swinburne University of Technology|
Including Māori studies; Māori and Pacific people’s information and knowledge systems; languages; linguistics; performing arts; creative writing and studies of human society.
|Professor Sally J Morgan (Chair)||Massey University|
|Emeritus Professor Jon Altman||Australian National University|
|Professor Michael Haugh||University of Queensland|
|Associate Professor Alice Te Punga Somerville||University of Waikato|
|Ms Puawai Cairns||Te Papa Tongarewa|
Including political science; economics; digital humanities; cultural studies; public policy; mental health; sports science; bioethics; urban design; environmental engineering design; natural resource law; international relations and agribusiness.
|Emeritus Professor Gary R Hawke (Chair)||Victoria University of Wellington|
|Professor Robert Freestone||University of New South Wales|
|Associate Professor Emma Sherry||University of Swinburne|
|Professor Kambiz Maani||University of Massey|
|Associate Professor Amy Lynn Fletcher||University of Canterbury|
|Dr Ruth DeSouza||Victoria University of Wellington|
|Dr Christopher Gyngall||University of Melbourne|
Including materials science; chemistry; physics; optics; astronomy; computer science; information systems; artificial intelligence; computer-human interaction; robotics; civil and materials engineering; industrial design; and mathematics.
|Emeritus Professor Janis Swan (Chair)||University of Waikato|
|Professor Mark Apperley||University of Waikato|
|Professor Sami Kara||University of New South Wales|
|Professor Megan Lewis||University of Adelaide|
|Professor Ken Freeman||Australian National University|
|Emeritus Professor Hans Bachor||Australian National University|