Dr Suzanne Hollins joined ANSTO in 2001, and was appointed Head of Research, Nuclear Science & Technology and Landmark Infrastructure in February 2016 after almost twelve years as Leader of the Isotopes for Water research program. She is responsible for the strategic leadership, management and delivery of world class applied and translational research programs that utilise nuclear techniques to contribute to supporting a sustainable and healthier future.
Isotope hydrology, geochronology, sediment transport and coastal processes, groundwater-surface water interactions, ecohydrology, research & development management
- Board Member of AINSE
- Member of IAEA's Standing Advisory Group for Nuclear Applications (SAGNA)
- Member of Advisory Board for UNSW Connected Waters Initiative (CWI) Research Centre