Scientific Advisory Board

In 2017 CMM formed a Scientific Advisory Board to guide the future development of the Centre.  The Board develops and discusses future strategic planning and resources for CMM, based on users future needs.

Members of the Board, which also include our partner institutions Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Griffith University and the University of the Sunshine Coast (USC), provide scientific and technical guidance, or request CMM to follow-up in the fields of emerging technology, applications of microscopy and microanalysis and procedures for CMM facilities. 

Professor Robert Parton, CMM Deputy Director Life-Science, chairs the Scientific Advisory Board in the current term.

Also on the Board is Professor Roger Wepf representing CMM.

The Board meets twice a year.  Please find more details on the engaging scientific board members below.