Associate Professor Andrew RobinsonDeputy Director
Centre of Excellence for Biosecurity Risk Analysis (CEBRA)
CEBRA is jointly funded by the Australian and New Zealand governments to provide expert advice and research products that guide better management of biosecurity risks to both countries, which are jointly recognised as global leaders at the international forefront of biosecurity policy and practice. Professor Robinson spends much of his time thinking about biosecurity at the national borders, including analysing interception and inspection data using statistical tools, designing and trialling inspection surveillance systems, developing metrics by which regulatory inspectorates can assess their performance, and discussing all of the above with interested parties.
He earned a Ph.D. in forestry and an MS in statistics from the University of Minnesota, and a BSc in statistics from the University of Melbourne, and his previous role was to research and teach forest measurements and biometry at the University of Idaho.
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