Sarah is responsible for leading and executing the Bioplatforms Science Programs. She engages with research communities to select, develop and oversee research collaborations that build new capabilities and critical data resources to support some of Australia’s biggest scientific challenges. These challenges span agriculture, biodiversity and the environment, and human health, as well as extending to relevant international endeavours.
Sarah was previously a Program Manager in eResearch Services at Griffith University, where she coordinated the development and delivery of the EcoCommons (including ecocloud and the Biodiversity and Climate Change Virtual Laboratory (BCCVL)). With a research background in ecology, she has a interest in enhancing research through digital solutions by building integrated, user-friendly and supported systems for accessing data and analysis workflows.