Marina Delpin (PhD; Certificate IV in Training & Assessment) is Manager of Researcher Training, Development and Communication at Flinders University.
Previous Flinders’ appointments include inaugural Program Manager of Researcher Professional Development and prior to that, Project Manager of Researcher Mentoring – having established the Flinders Scheme for ECRs.
Marina has managed Marketing and Communications for the ARC/NHMRC Network in Genes and Environment in Development, a role that included coordinating internal- and external-network communications that facilitated collaborations across the > 70 Australian member laboratories.
Marina’s background is in research, training and management of environmental microbiology projects in Australia and internationally. This work has involved close working relationships with collaborators from Universities, Industry and Government.
Marina is an active member of AMRS - having been ARMS Board Secretary (2016-2018), and attending and presenting at various ARMS and INORMS Conferences.
Having had extensive experience in lecturing, training and assessing in both academic and professional circles, Marina enjoys contributing her skills towards being an ARMS trainer.
Authorised by the Accreditation Council to present:
The National Research and Innovation System in Australia (co-presenter only)
Understanding Research and Researchers
Research Ethics - human and animal (co-presenter only)
Research Integrity (co-presenter only)