Dr Carina Marshall has worked in various aspects of biological, environmental, and clinical sciences since 1996, and has a particular interest in integrity, innovation, and resilience in research. Carina recently led the service provider review, by Moira Clay Consulting, of the TAVI Registry commissioned by Australasian Cardiac Outcomes Registry and the Cardiac Society of Australia & New Zealand.
Carina has worked for the past ten years in both academic and research management within the tertiary and government sectors. She has been most recently in a nationally facing strategic role at the Population Health Research Network, headquartered at UWA, and funded through the National Collaborative Research Infrastructure Scheme. In the past, she has specialized in high level strategic and budget input for the State Government, and for the University of Western Australia, where she was provided with opportunities to successfully work collaboratively in research across the State and wider. She has experience with the biotech community, as well as the academic research and state and federal government research sectors.
She has a PhD in Population Genetics from Murdoch University. She is also a graduate of the AICD course for Company Directors and was chosen as a member of the 2020 cohort of the AICD Director Pipeline Program. In addition, she is a Vincent Fairfax Fellow for Ethical Leadership and is certified nationally at the professional level for Research Management.