ISCRR is immensely proud of its passionate and talented staff that we endeavour to share their achievements in this section of our newsletter. This month we are showcasing Kim Pham.

Kim leads the management of ISCRR institute operations, project administration of internal ISCRR research projects, and end-to-end project management of externally funded ISCRR research projects. Kim is passionate about continuous process improvement to provide a high-quality research program for WorkSafe and the broader collaborative network.

In her 15 years’ experience in the biomedical research management and 10 years collective experience in the not-for-profit and commercial sectors, Kim has a diverse background in research program management and operations, educational program design and implementation, policy research and proposal development of high impact initiatives for large organisations.

Kim holds a Bachelor of Biomedical Science (Honours) from The University of Melbourne, a PhD in cellular immunology from Swinburne University of Technology and a postgraduate Certificate in Business Development from the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research.

In Kim’s spare time, she likes bushwalking and making kimchi.