As the Associate Director of the Marshall Centre for Infectious Diseases at UWA, Josephine has established new collaborative partnerships, broadened the Centre’s revenue base and championed key research projects. She has built a reputation for managing people, problems and money which she does with professionalism, integrity and creativity. Josephine is an inspiring leader and mentor, providing formal and informal coaching to support staff at the Marshall Centre. She is generous with her time and knowledge. Her leadership has recently been recognised by UWA’s Office of Innovation who have engaged her to mentor research teams across the university. As part of UWA’s innovation drive, Josephine helps researchers, staff and students create impact through enterprise. She enjoys mentoring individuals and teams, sharing her experiences in sci-tech accelerators to increase the impact of research through the development of skills in innovation, entrepreneurship and creative thinking. Josephine is a regular volunteer at Science Café, an initiative designed to encourage high school students to pursue STEM careers. She also contributes to UWA’s mentor program for new undergraduates.
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