- Scott BingleyUnavailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Dr Scott Bingley is a senior lecturer, researcher in Information Systems, and programme Director of SAP at Victoria University. In recent years, he has published in a number of highly ranked Q1 journals. Scott is the Director of Victoria University's SAP Next-Gen Lab and Director of VU's SAP Academic Competence Centre (ACC) - APJ region.
- Information Systems Adoption
- Small Business
- Business analytics
- David BishopAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Professor David Bishop a world leader in muscle exercise physiology with more 250 publications and 5 million dollars in research funding. He leads the Skeletal Muscle and Training research group, which has two key research areas: Exercise as Mitochondrial Medicine and Human Performance. He is also a regular media commentator on exercise and sport science topics.
- Exercise physiology
- Skeletal muscle adaptations to training
- Molecular biology of exercise
- Mitochondrial biogenesis
- Human performance
- Marie BrennanSupervisor availability unknownAvailable for media queries
Professor Marie Brennan’s interests are in literacy, numeracy and social justice. She spent nine years on the Board of the Australian Council of Deans of Education, representing the sector on many inquiries and issues. She has also worked in the Victorian Education Department in a variety of roles.
- Education in the Anthropocene
- Critical education policy analysis across the globe
- Curriculum and School reform
- Democratic education
- National curriculum
- Sociology of education
- Education and social justice
- Students as researchers
- Teacher Education
- Teachers as researchers
- Teachers’ work
- Robyn BroadbentAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Robyn Broadbent is an academic, community researcher, community activist and a committed advocate for the human rights of young people. Robyn is the current course chair for the Bachelor of Youth Work and the Bachelor of Community Development at Victoria University.
- Public policy
- Youth policy
- Youth research
- James BroatchAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Dr Broatch currently holds a joint appointment as Research Fellow within the Institute for Health and Sport (iHeS) and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS).
- Recovery Physiology
- Muscle and exercise physiology
- Camilla BrockettAvailable to supervise research studentsAvailable for media queries
Camilla is Deputy Leader of the Sport Performance and Business research program within the Institute for Health and Sport. She oversees industry-driven research consultancy that provides a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to improving sport engagement, performance and athlete development pathways.
- Sport policy
- High-performance sport systems
- Athlete development pathways
- Sport for development