The ECU-led Collaborative Research Network focuses on growing research excellence at the University through partnership and engagement.
It aims to create world-class research capacity and outcomes through collaborative partnership with nine universities across Australia.
The Collaborative Research Network program is part of a suite of initiatives established by the Australian Government to reform higher education teaching, learning, research and research training.
The program aims to lead to a more productive and effective university system by focussing on:
- quality and excellence;
- sustainability; and
- end-user engagement
The research within the network is focused on six sub-projects:
- Advanced technologies for leading teaching and education practice
- Exercise medicine for the prevention and management of chronic disease
- Integrated health services to enhance community based health care
- Nano-photonics and nano-electronics to support national frontier technologies
- Promotion of mental health and wellbeing in young people
- Protection of coastal ecosystems and marine resource management
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Dr Darren Gibson
Collaborative Research Network
Office of Research and Innovation
Building 1, Joondalup campus
Telephone: 08 6304 2870