Susannah has a PhD in cell and developmental biology from Macquarie University, a Graduate Diploma in Journalism from the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS) and more than 17 years of practical experience in science communication with the relationship between science and the media as her primary focus.
She is currently CEO of the Australian Science Media Centre, an independent not for profit organisation that works with the news media to inject more evidence-based science into public discourse. Prior to this she spent more than five years in Stockholm at the Royal Swedish Academy of Science as director of communications for the International Geosphere-Biosphere Programme (IGBP).
In the 1990s Susannah managed the Centre for Science Communication at the University of Technology, Sydney where she helped establish the successful Horizons of Science series of media roundtables and was involved in numerous other initiatives such as Science in the Pub and Science in the Bush.
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