Emma Kowal, Deakin University
ARC future fellow
Emma Kowal joined the Alfred Deakin Institute at Deakin University in 2014, and has since then, made a number of achievements, including establishing the Deakin Science and Society Network. She is now an associate investigator of the Centre for Excellence in Australian Biodiversity and Heritage (CABAH), a member of the expert advisory committee of the Genomics Health Future Mission, Department of Health, and is also on the editorial board of Science, Technology and Human Values. To date, Kowal has received 25 grants and consultancies worth more than A$6 million, including a National Health & Medical Research Council postdoctoral fellowship, an Australian Research Council (ARC) postdoctoral fellowship, and an ARC Future Fellowship. She has also authored more than 100 publications, including 70 peer-reviewed books, articles, and book chapters. She was recently recognised as an Emerging Leader at the AFR Higher Education Awards 2019.