Subprograms Advisory Groups

On occasion, a planned research and development outcome could be more successful if a number of related projects were managed by employing higher levels of coordination, integration and communication. The FRDC either on its own initiative or at the request of a stakeholder group, can establish a managed subprogram. The current subprogram contacts are listed below:

 

SUBPROGRAM

LEADER

CONTACT

PHONE

POSTAL ADDRESS

Aquatic Animal HealthandBiosecurity

Mark Crane

Joanne Slater

P 03 5227 5000

CSIRO Australian Animal Health Laboratory
AAHL Fish Diseases Laboratory
Private Bag 24
GEELONG VIC 3220

Indigenous Fishing

Chris Calogeras

ChrisCalogeras

P 0401692601

38 Lake Ridge Crt, Lake Macdonald, Qld 4563

Recfishing Research

Matt Barwick

Matt Barwick

P 0422752789

98 Galoola Drive
Nelson Bay, NSW 2315

Social Science and Economics Research Coordination Program

Emily Ogier

Emily Ogier

M0438 697 081

IMAS Taroona Private Bag 49 Hobart TAS 7001

People Development

Jo-Anne Ruscoe

Jo-Anne Ruscoe

P 02 6285 0423

Locked Bag 222
DEAKIN WEST

ACT 2600

New and Emerging Aquaculture

Joshua Fielding

Joshua Fielding

P 02 6285 0421

Locked Bag 222
DEAKIN WEST
ACT 2600

 

 

Related projects are listed below

Project Number
Title
Status
2018-118
Reinvigorating the Queensland Oyster Industry
Current
2018-115
National tropical oyster aquaculture workshop - Darwin 2018
Current
2018-101
A trivalent vaccine for sustainable Yellowtail Kingfish growout
Current
2018-084
Development of technical and extension material to support Murray Cod aquaculture industry expansion in Australia
Current
2018-005
Where should I farm my oysters? Does natural Cadmium distribution restrict oyster farm site selection in the Northern Territory?
Current
2018-001
FRDC Sponsorship International Symposium for Genetics in Aquaculture XIII
Current
2017-171
Undertaking an audit and assessment of past Australian aquaculture research, development and extension for all species, to determine what factors led to successful or not successful development of the aquaculture species
Current
2017-103
The evaluation of two species, Cobia and Giant Grouper, as alternative species to farm in the WSSV affected areas of South East Queensland.
Current
2016-200.40
Growing a profitable, innovative, collaborative Australian Yellowtail Kingfish aquaculture industry: bringing ‘white’ fish to the market. WA Component
Current
2016-200.30
Growing a profitable, innovative and collaborative Australian Yellowtail Kingfish aquaculture industry: bringing 'white' fish to the market - RnD4Profit-14-01-027 - SA Component
Current