Distinguished Professor James Guthrie has a long history of research impact upon industry and government. His work on performance reporting, accounting for intellectual capital and sustainability accounting have pioneered new approaches to accounting. James has regularly been sought out by government and industry for advice and ideas.
Since 2011, Professor O’Reilly has been Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Core to Crust Fluid Systems and previously, of the associated GEMOC National Key Centre since 1995.
Over the past 20 years Professor Lesley Hughes has established an international reputation as a pioneer in the study of climate change impacts on biodiversity. This research has had a substantial influence on reshaping conservation policy in Australia and internationally.
Distinguished Professor Katherine Demuth is internationally recognised for her ground-breaking research in the area of child language acquisition. The work she leads at the Child Language Lab is unique in Australia.
Professor Anne Castles is recognised as a Distinguished Professor of Macquarie University for her outstanding contribution to research, teaching and service in the field of reading in Cognitive Science.
Distinguished Professor Naguib Kanawati AM, FAHA is an Egyptologist with a special interest in the Old Kingdom.
Distinguished Professor Stephen Crain’s research is in three areas of the psychology of language: child language acquisition, adult language processing, and neurolinguistics.
Distinguished Professor Ron Rapee AM is fascinated by the ways people’s lives change over time and so his work with anxiety disorders now covers the entire lifespan, from infancy to older age.
Professor David Throsby AO is internationally known for his work as an economist with specialist interests in the economics of the arts and culture.
An ARC Laureate Fellow, Distinguished Professor of Biology and leader of the Genes to Geoscience Research Centre, Mark Westoby is a pioneer of ‘trait-based ecology’