8 trainer found

Experience: 10+ years 


Adeline Wong

Adeline is a Digital Research Learning Designer at the Australian Research Data Commons. She has a background in teaching and curriculum design across a range of educational contexts and is interested in how adults learn and what motivates their learning.

Location: Sydney, Australia

Wong Adeline adeline.wong@ardc.edu.au Sydney, Australia Adeline is a Digital Research Learning Designer at the Australian Research Data Commons. She has a background in teaching and curriculum design across a range of educational contexts and is interested in how adults learn and what motivates their learning. ["English", "Chinese"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9135-4757
Ann Backhaus

I design and develop single- and multi-session technical training programs for learners. I'm also actively involved in STEM outreach.

Location: Kensington, Western Australia

Backhaus Ann ann.backhaus@pawsey.org.au Kensington, Western Australia I design and develop single- and multi-session technical training programs for learners. I'm also actively involved in STEM outreach. ["English"]
Arindam Basu

Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Health Sciences specialising in Environmental Health and OneHealth/Planetary health, and Gene-Environmental Interactions

Location: Christchurch

Basu Arindam arindam.basu@canterbury.ac.nz Christchurch Associate Professor of Epidemiology and Health Sciences specialising in Environmental Health and OneHealth/Planetary health, and Gene-Environmental Interactions ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2326-2292
Darya Vanichkina

Dr Darya Vanichkina is a Data Science Consultant and Analytics Trainer at the University of Sydney’s Informatics Hub (SIH). She delivers impact through solving research questions using big data, programming, machine learning, high performance & cloud computing. Darya develops and delivers...

Location: Sydney, NSW, Australia

Vanichkina Darya darya.vanichkina@sydney.edu.au Sydney, NSW, Australia Dr Darya Vanichkina is a Data Science Consultant and Analytics Trainer at the University of Sydney’s Informatics Hub (SIH). She delivers impact through solving research questions using big data, programming, machine learning, high performance & cloud computing. Darya develops and delivers materials, and trains others to do the same by leading the SIH data science training program, coaching and mentoring other data scientists in the team via workshops and guidance around evidence-based training practices. Darya holds a PhD in Genomics and Bioinformatics and is a Fellow of the UK HEA. ["English", "Russian"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0406-164X
Ian Johnson

Database modelling for Humanities data, introductory and advanced use of the Heurist database infrastructure (HeuristNetwork.org)

Location: Sydney (typically November - February), Paris, France (typically March - November)

Johnson Ian ian.johnson@sydney.edu.au Sydney (typically November - February), Paris, France (typically March - November) Database modelling for Humanities data, introductory and advanced use of the Heurist database infrastructure (HeuristNetwork.org) ["English", "French"] https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3582-2138
Kathryn Unsworth

I work at the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) leading the Skilled Workforce Development team concentrating on projects and activities that work towards a national skills agenda that is cohesive and coordinated.

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Unsworth Kathryn kathryn.unsworth@ardc.edu.au Melbourne, Australia I work at the Australian Research Data Commons (ARDC) leading the Skilled Workforce Development team concentrating on projects and activities that work towards a national skills agenda that is cohesive and coordinated. ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5407-9987
Robert Clemens

I sit within the EcoCommons Australia team who develop online tools for ecological modelling. We have training in how to learn to code in R or Python, in generating species distribution models or climate projections in an online environment.

Location: Based at Griffith University, EcoCommons Australia is a partnership between multiple organisations who are working to make Ecological modelling and data more FAIR.

Clemens Robert r.clemens@griffith.edu.au Based at Griffith University, EcoCommons Australia is a partnership between multiple organisations who are working to make Ecological modelling and data more FAIR. I sit within the EcoCommons Australia team who develop online tools for ecological modelling. We have training in how to learn to code in R or Python, in generating species distribution models or climate projections in an online environment. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1359-5133
Sonika Tyagi

Dr. Sonika Tyagi is a Machine Learning lead scientist at Central Clinical School Monash University Australia. Her expertise is in developing new machine learning (ML) tools and pipelines, and applying these methods to solve biological and clinical research questions. Her current research focuses...

Location: Australia

Tyagi Sonika sonika.tyagi@monash.edu Australia Dr. Sonika Tyagi is a Machine Learning lead scientist at Central Clinical School Monash University Australia. Her expertise is in developing new machine learning (ML) tools and pipelines, and applying these methods to solve biological and clinical research questions. Her current research focuses on integrative approaches to health informatics and genomics. Her group applies deep learning and natural language processing techniques to study genomes. Sonika is a past member and contributor of ISCB Education COSI and chair/member of the GOBLET’s Standards, and EMBL-ABR and ABACBS’s education & training committees. She is currently a steering committee member of the Life Science Trainers group and affiliated with both Galaxy-Australia and Galaxy-India. ["English"] https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0181-6258