Paige has a background in biotechnology, having held joint research fellowships at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, before accepting a scientific position in a Silicon Valley biotechnology company. Upon returning to Australia, she has been extensively involved in the commercialisation of research at multiple Australian universities, including senior management roles and board seats on start-up companies and in 2007 was awarded the QCTN WIT Biotech Rising Star Award. She is currently the Director of the e-Grad School (Australia) where she is responsible for the teaching, curriculum design and delivery of modules and is driven by her passion for technology development, real world learning and training research graduates to better equip them for the rapidly changing research and employment sectors. Paige holds a PhD from the University of Queensland, is a graduate of the Australian Institute of Company Directors and is a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (UK).
Lisa has been working in university administration for more than 20 years, particularly in the areas of research training and student support. She holds a Master degree in Industrial Engineering and Management. As e-Grad school Coordinator, she is responsible for the management of e-Grad school’s online programs to postgraduate research students, early career researchers and across multiple universities in Australia and overseas.
Lynda has worked in the tertiary sector for over 26 years in both academic and student administration. She holds a Bachelor of Adult and Vocational Education and her interest in adult education and training, particularly in the area of research training, led to her current role where she is responsible for supporting the delivery of e-Grad programs and promoting its online resources across Australia and internationally.