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Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

Professor Grant Stanley

Professor Grant Stanley
Phone + 61 (0) 7 4923 2242
Email g.stanley@cqu.edu.au

Ms Karen Chapman, Executive Assistant
Phone + 61 (0) 7 4923 2372
Email k.chapman@cqu.edu.au

About the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research)

The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) is a key strategist responsible for shaping and implementing the University's vision of excellence in research and innovation. As a member of the executive team, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor plays a major role in CQUniversity's future strategic research direction and performance. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor's focus is on strategic planning, capacity-building, quality assurance and evaluation, to achieve the University's research and innovation goals. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) is also responsible for the governing committees for research and higher degree by research, development and implementation of policies, compliance with regulations and reporting and responding to sector changes that affect research and the University, ensuring the University's national and international research profile continues to grow and for fostering a research culture that encourages innovation, quality performance and engagement.

About Professor Grant Stanley

Professor Stanley first arrived at CQUniversity in 2010 as Dean of Medical and Applied Sciences and is currently the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research). Grant holds undergraduate and postgraduate degrees from the University of Melbourne and has a background in Applied Microbiology/Biochemical Engineering, with on-going research interests in biofuels, especially the production of second generation bioethanol. He has experience in researching and teaching microbial metabolism, fermentation systems, bioreactor design and bioremediation. He has published more than 110 refereed and non-refereed papers, one international patent, has received a number of Category 1 funding grants and supervised 14 PhD students to completion. Professor Stanley has been on the organising committee of a number of national and international conferences and is currently an Associate Editor of the journal 'Biotechnology for Biofuels'.