Key VPHMgt Staff
The VPHMgt Management Team is a working team within the Faculty's Postgraduate Coursework Learning & Teaching Sub-committee (PGC-LTC). This team is responsible for the day to day decisions of the program and liaises with stakeholders to the program.
The team consults with external industry advisors and makes recommendations to the PGC-LTC regarding policy, curriculum development and quality assurance.
Prof Michael Ward
Michael is the Faculty's Chair of Veterinary Public Health and Food Safety and supplies leadership and strategic direction for the postgraduate VPH and VPHMgt programs. Michael advises program management on academic development, research projects and financial management. (More about Michael Ward)
Dr Jenny-Ann Toribio
Jenny-Ann is a senior lecturer in epidemiology in the Faculty and the academic supervisor for the VPH and VPHMgt programs. Jenny-Ann works with unit of study developers and with students to provide academic oversight in the program and teaches the Veterinary Epidemiology 1 unit. (More about Jenny-Ann Toribio)
A/Prof Merran Govendir
Merran is the Faculty's Associate Dean for Postgraduate Studies, which includes responsibility for postgraduate coursework and research degrees. Merran provides advice and direction in the VPH and VPHMgt programs. (More about Merran Govendir)
Dr Navneet Dhand
Navneet is a lecturer in biostatistics and epidemiology in the Faculty and is Research Coordinator for the VPH and VPHMgt programs. Navneet also teaches the Data Analysis for Epidemiology Research unit. (More about Navneet Dhand)
Meg is Postgraduate Teaching Coordinator for all postgraduate coursework programs in the Faculty, including the VPH and VPHMgt programs. Meg works closely with facilitators, reviewing units of study, training in online teaching and supporting teaching throughout the semester.
Emmeline is Learner Support Coordinator for the VPH and VPHMgt programs. She is responsible for student recruitment and services, preparation of learning resources and residential sessions, and is a friendly point of first contact and support for students
Jann provides wonderful support to the postgraduate coursework area, mainly in relation to the Veterinary Studies and Animal Science programs but at times to the VPH and VPHMgt programs as well.
Ruth is an educational consultant who provided educational advice, instructional design and quality monitoring to the VPHMgt program during its development, and continues to provide this kind of support for the VPH and VPHMgt programs (More about Ruth Laxton)