Professor Emma Johnston is Dean of Science and Professor of Marine Ecology and Ecotoxicology at UNSW Sydney
Professor Johnston studies human impacts in marine ecosystems from a range of stressors including: stormwater, plastic pollution, and organic enrichment. A highly awarded scientist, educator and communicator, Professor Johnston has published more than 160 peer-reviewed articles and supervised 25 successful PhD graduates. She is an elected fellow of the Australian Technological Society (ATSE) and her awards include the Australian Academy of Science’s inaugural Nancy Millis Medal, the Royal Society of New South Wales Clark Medal and the Eureka prize for Science Communication. Professor Johnston is a national advocate for the Science and Technology sector and is a Director on the Board of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. She consults with industry through the development and implementation of new biomonitoring and ecological engineering techniques and frequently contributes expert opinion to state, federal & international government agencies.
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