Associate Professor Christopher Ford

Christopher Ford
Deputy Head of School - Learning and Teaching
School of Agriculture, Food and Wine
Faculty of Sciences

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Associate Professor Christopher Ford

Over the past 10 years we have been working largely in the following area: 

  • Developing an understanding of organic acid metabolism in plants. Within my laboratory, and in collaboration with Dr John Bruning (School of Biological Sciences) and Assoc. Prof. Kathleen Soole (The Flinders University of South Australia) we are investigating the mechanisms by which developing grape berries metabolise ascorbic, tartaric and malic acids. To achieve this we are using a range of biochemical, molecular and metabolic approaches in whole berries and cell suspension systems.

I have had past reseach engagement with the characterisation of glucosyltransferase enzymes (GTases) involved in plant secondary metabolism. I started working in this area in 1995 when a post-doc with Prof. Peter Hoj; we identified and characterised the anthocyanidin Gtase from grapevines. In 2006, Prof. Gideon Davies at The University of York and his group successfully resolved the three-dimensional structure of this enzyme - the outcome of a huge amount of work over the previous three years. In 2014 I began co-supervising PhD student Lieke van der Hulst (principal supervisor Kerry Wilkinson) on a project to examine GTs associated with the formation of glycosides in grapes affected by smoking.

We have also undertaken research aimed at unravelling the outcomes of extended maceration (EM) in the production of red wines. During red wine production, the period of contact between berry skins and juice, must or wine may be extended beyond the normal periods to provide additional properties to the finished wine. We hope to both understand the processes and be in a position to advise the wine industry on strategies for achieving desired wine outcomes.

    Current CMF Lab members:

    Jenny Bellon - PhD student (based at AWRI)

     

    Hui Hui Chong - PhD student (based at EJ Gallo Winery, Modesto, CA)

    Lieke van der Hulst (co-supervised with Kerry Wilkinson)

     

    Past PhD students: Louise Robinson; Seth DeBolt; Susan Wheeler; Lin Lin Low, Iraj Tavassolian, Venetia Joscelyne, Vicky Harris, Vanessa Melino, Erminawati Wuriatmo, Alana Capaldo, Crystal Sweetman, Crista Burbidge, Cyd Yonker, Martin Mendez, Tony Ogbeide, Amy Koschella, Darren Wong, Yong Jia, Emily Higginson.

    Past Honours students: Madeleine Griffith; Belinda Sinclair; Christobelle Anderson; Guy Lyons; Sam Gavan; Sam Hambour; Kelly Wellington, Katie Grieve, Greg Lane, Sid Pachare, Craig Turnbull, Yue Cue.

    Past Masters students - Mario Mazza; Jayendra Patel; Chandra Rongala, Steve Hicks.

    Past post-docs: Matt Hayes, Crystal Sweetman.

     

     

    Journals

    Date Citation
    2016 Drew,DP, Andersen,TB, Sweetman,C, Møller,BL, Ford,C, Simonsen,HT, 2016, Two key polymorphisms in a newly discovered allele of the Vitis vinifera TPS24 gene are responsible for the production of the rotundone precursor α-guaiene, Journal of Experimental Botany, 67, 3, 799-808 10.1093/jxb/erv491
    2016 Higginson,EG, Lloyd,NDR, Kravchuk,O, Ford,CM, Thomas,MR, 2016, A high-throughput UHPLC MS/MS method for evaluation of tartaric and malic acid concentration in individual grapevine berries, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 22, 1, 16-23 10.1111/ajgw.12170
    2015 Rinaldo,AR, Cavallini,E, Jia,Y, Moss,SMA, McDavid,DAJ, Hooper,LC, Robinson,SP, Tornielli,GB, Zenoni,S, Ford,CM et al, 2015, A grapevine anthocyanin acyltransferase, transcriptionally regulated by VvMYBA, can produce most acylated anthocyanins present in grape skins, Plant Physiology, 169, 3, 1897-1916 10.1104/pp.15.01255
    2015 Jia,Y, Wong,DCJ, Sweetman,C, Bruning,JB, Ford,CM, 2015, New insights into the evolutionary history of plant sorbitol dehydrogenase, BMC Plant Biology, 15, 1, 101-1-101-23 10.1186/s12870-015-0478-5
    2014 Wong,DCJ, Sweetman,C, Ford,CM, 2014, Annotation of gene function in citrus using gene expression information and co-expression networks, BMC Plant Biology, 14, 1, 186-1-186-17 10.1186/1471-2229-14-186
    2014 Wuryatmo,E, Able,AJ, Ford,CM, Scott,ES, 2014, Effect of volatile citral on the development of blue mould, green mould and sour rot on navel orange, Australasian Plant Pathology, 43, 4, 403-411 10.1007/s13313-014-0281-z
    2014 Sweetman,C, Sadras,VO, Hancock,RD, Soole,KL, Ford,CM, 2014, Metabolic effects of elevated temperature on organic acid degradation in ripening Vitis vinifera fruit, Journal of Experimental Botany, 65, 20, 5975-5988 10.1093/jxb/eru343
    2014 Mendez-Costabel,MP, Wilkinson,KL, Bastian,SEP, Jordans,C, McCarthy,M, Ford,CM, Dokoozlian,K, 2014, Effect of increased irrigation and additional nitrogen fertilisation on the concentration of green aroma compounds in Vitis vinifera L. Merlot fruit and wine, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 20, 1, 80-90 10.1111/ajgw.12062
    2014 Mendez-Costabel,MP, Wilkinson,KL, Bastian,SEP, Jordans,C, McCarthy,M, Ford,CM, Dokoozlian,N, 2014, Effect of winter rainfall on yield components and fruit green aromas of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Merlot in California, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 20, 1, 100-110 10.1111/ajgw.12060
    2014 Ogbeide,OA, Stringer,R, Ford,C, 2014, Are Australian wine consumers willing to pay for the expert service of wine retailers?, Journal of Wine Research, 25, 3, 189-208 10.1080/09571264.2014.917617
    2014 Ogbeide,OA, Ford,CM, Stringer,R, 2014, The Environmental Benefits of Organic Wine: Exploring Consumer Willingness-to-Pay Premiums?, Journal of Food Products Marketing, 21, 5, 482-502 10.1080/10454446.2013.856054
    2013 Mendez Costabel,M, Wilkinson,K, Bastian,S, McCarthy,M, Ford,C, Dokoozlian,N, 2013, Seasonal and regional variation of green aroma compounds in commercial vineyards of vitis vinifera L. Merlot in California, American Journal of Enology and Viticulture, 64, 4, 430-436 10.5344/ajev.2013.12109
    2013 Wong,D, Sweetman,C, Drew,D, Ford,C, 2013, VTCdb: a gene co-expression database for the crop species Vitis vinifera (grapevine), BMC Genomics, 14, 1, 1-17 10.1186/1471-2164-14-882
    2012 Sweetman,C, Wong,D, Ford,C, Drew,D, 2012, Transcriptome analysis at four developmental stages of grape berry (Vitis vinifera cv. Shiraz) provides insights into regulated and coordinated gene expression, BMC Genomics, 12, 691, 1-25 10.1186/1471-2164-13-691
    2011 Melino,V, Hayes,M, Soole,K, Ford,C, 2011, The role of light in the regulation of ascorbate metabolism during berry development in the cultivated grapevine Vitis vinifera L., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 91, 9, 1712-1721 10.1002/jsfa.4376
    2011 Capaldo,A, Walker,M, Ford,C, Jiranek,V, 2011, β-Glucoside metabolism in Oenococcus oeni: Cloning and characterisation of the phospho-β-glucosidase bglD, Food Chemistry, 125, 2, 476-482 10.1016/j.foodchem.2010.09.036
    2011 Capaldo,A, Walker,M, Ford,C, Jiranek,V, 2011, β-Glucoside metabolism in Oenococcus oeni: cloning and characterization of the phospho-β-glucosidase CelD, Journal of Molecular Catalysis B-Enzymatic, 69, 1-2, 27-34 10.1016/j.molcatb.2010.12.006
    2010 Harris,V, Jiranek,V, Ford,C, Grbin,P, 2010, Inhibitory effect of hydroxycinnamic acids on Dekkera spp., Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 86, 2, 721-729 10.1007/s00253-009-2352-6
    2010 Tavassolian,I, Rabiei,G, Gregory,D, Mnejja,M, Wirthensohn,M, Hunt,P, Gibson,J, Ford,C, Sedgley,M, Wu,S et al, 2010, Construction of an almond linkage map in an Australian population Nonpareil x Lauranne, BMC Genomics, 11, 1, 1-8 10.1186/1471-2164-11-551
    2009 Wu,S, Tavassolian,I, Rabiei,G, Hunt,P, Wirthensohn,M, Gibson,J, Ford,C, Sedgley,M, 2009, Mapping SNP-anchored genes using high-resolution melting analysis in almond, Molecular Genetics and Genomics, 282, 3, 273-281 10.1007/s00438-009-0464-4
    2009 Harris,V, Ford,C, Jiranek,V, Grbin,P, 2009, Survey of enzyme activity responsible for phenolic off-flavour production by Dekkera and Brettanomyces yeast, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 81, 6, 1117-1127 10.1007/s00253-008-1708-7
    2009 Melino,V, Soole,K, Ford,C, 2009, Ascorbate metabolism and the developmental demand for tartaric and oxalic acids in ripening grape berries, BMC Plant Biology, 9, 1, 1-14 10.1186/1471-2229-9-145
    2009 Wheeler,S, Loveys,B, Ford,C, Davies,C, 2009, The relationship between the expression of abscisic acid biosynthesis genes, accumulation of abscisic acid and the promotion of Vitis vinifera L. berry ripening by abscisic acid, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 15, 3, 195-204 10.1111/j.1755-0238.2008.00045.x
    2009 Sweetman,C, Deluc,L, Cramer,G, Ford,C, Soole,K, 2009, Regulation of malate metabolism in grape berry and other developing fruits, Phytochemistry, 70, 11-12, 1329-1344 10.1016/j.phytochem.2009.08.006
    2009 Melino,V, Soole,K, Ford,C, 2009, A method for determination of fruit-derived ascorbic, tartaric, oxalic and malic acids, and its application to the study of ascorbic acid catabolism in grapevines, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 15, 3, 293-302 10.1111/j.1755-0238.2009.00062.x
    2008 Low,L, O'Neill,B, Ford,C, Godden,J, Gishen,M, Colby,C, 2008, Economic evaluation of alternative technologies for tartrate stabilisation of wines, International Journal of Food Science and Technology, 43, 7, 1202-1216 10.1111/j.1365-2621.2007.01591.x
    2008 De Bolt,S, Ristic,R, Iland,P, Ford,C, 2008, Altered light interception reduces grape berry weight and modulates organic acid biosynthesis during development, Hortscience, 43, 3, 957-961
    2008 Harris,V, Ford,C, Jiranek,V, Grbin,P, 2008, Dekkera and Brettanomyces growth and utilisation of hydroxycinnamic acids in synthetic media, Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology, 78, 6, 997-1006 10.1007/s00253-007-1328-7
    2008 Franks,T, Yadollahi,A, Wirthensohn,M, Guerin,J, Kaiser,B, Sedgley,M, Ford,C, 2008, A seed coat cyanohydrin glucosyltransferase is associated with bitterness in almond (Prunus dulcis) kernels, Functional Plant Biology, 35, 3, 236-246 10.1071/FP07275
    2008 Wirthensohn,M, Chin,W, Franks,T, Baldock,G, Ford,C, Sedgley,M, 2008, Characterising the flavour phenotypes of almond (Prunus dulcis Mill.) kernels, Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, 83, 4, 462-468 10.1080/14620316.2008.11512407
    2007 Robinson,L, Healy,P, Stewart,D, Eglinton,J, Ford,C, Evans,D, 2007, The identification of a barley haze active protein that influences beer haze stability: The genetic basis of a barley malt haze active protein, Journal of Cereal Science, 45, 3, 335-342 10.1016/j.jcs.2006.08.013
    2007 DeBolt,S, Melino,V, Ford,C, 2007, Ascorbate as a biosynthetic precursor in plants, Annals of Botany, 99, 1, 3-8 10.1093/aob/mcl236
    2007 de Souza,E, Pedrosa,F, Wassem,R, Ford,C, Yates,M, 2007, Genes involved in Sec-independent membrane targeting of hydrogenase in Azotobacter chroococcum, Research in Microbiology, 158, 3, 272-278 10.1016/j.resmic.2007.01.001
    2006 Joscelyne,V, Ford,C, 2006, The outcomes of extended maceration in red winemaking - winemakers' perspectives, Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker, 509a, 50-54
    2006 DeBolt,S, Melino,V, Ford,C, 2006, Developments in our understanding of how grapes make tartaric acid, Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker, 511, 57-58
    2006 Franks,T, Powell,K, Choimes,S, Marsh,E, Iocco,P, Sinclair,B, Ford,C, Van Heeswijck,R, 2006, Consequences of transferring three sorghum genes for secondary metabolite (cyanogenic glucoside) biosynthesis to grapevine hairy roots, Transgenic Research, 15, 2, 181-195 10.1007/s11248-005-3737-7
    2006 DeBolt,S, Cook,D, Ford,C, 2006, L-Tartaric acid synthesis from vitamin C in higher plants, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 103, 14, 5608-5613 10.1073/pnas.0510864103
    2006 Offen,W, Martinez-Fleites,C, Yang,M, Kiat-Lim,E, Davis,B, Tarling,C, Ford,C, Bowles,D, Davies,G, 2006, Structure of a flavonoid glucosyltransferase reveals the basis for plant natural product modification, EMBO Journal, 25, 6, 1396-1405 10.1038/sj.emboj.7600970
    2005 Mazza,M, Ford,C, 2005, Unravelling the outcomes of extended maceration in red winemaking, Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker, 497a, 56-61
    2005 Ford,C, Bastian,S, Bowyer,P, Grbin,P, Jiranek,V, Jones,G, Tyerman,S, 2005, Winemaking takes a turn for the better at the University of Adelaide, Australian & New Zealand Grapegrower & Winemaker, 498, 86-86
    2005 Mookerjee,S, Guerin,J, Collins,G, Ford,C, Sedgley,M, 2005, Paternity analysis using microsatellite markers to identify pollen donors in an olive grove, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 111, 6, 1174-1182 10.1007/s00122-005-0049-5
    2004 Ford,C, 2004, Pallet education - wine packaging and quality management, Australian and New Zealand Wine Industry Journal, 19, 2, 66-68
    2004 DeBolt,S, Hardie,J, Tyerman,S, Ford,C, 2004, Composition and synthesis of raphide crystals and druse crystals in berries of Vitis vinifera L. cv. Cabernet Sauvignon: Ascorbic acid as precursor for both oxalic and tartaric acids as revealed by radiolabelling studies, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 10, 2, 135-142 10.1111/j.1755-0238.2004.tb00016.x
    2003 El-Kereamy,A, Chervin,C, Roustan,JP, Cheynier,V, Souquet,JM, Moutounet,M, Raynal,J, Ford,C, Latche,A, Pech,JC et al, 2003, Exogenous ethylene stimulates the long-term expression of genes related to anthocyanin biosynthesis in grape berries, Physiologia Plantarum, 119, 2, 175-182 10.1034/j.1399-3054.2003.00165.x
    2002 El-Kereamy,A, Chervin,C, Souquet,JM, Moutounet,M, Monje,MC, Nepveu,F, Mondies,H, Ford,C, Van Heeswijck,R, Roustan,JP et al, 2002, Ethanol triggers grape gene expression leading to anthocyanin accumulation during berry ripening, Plant Science, 163, 3, 449-454 10.1016/S0168-9452(02)00142-5
    1998 Ford,C, Hoj,P, 1998, Multiple glucosyltransferase activities in the grapevine Vitis vinifera L, Australian Journal of Grape and Wine Research, 4, 2, 48-58 10.1111/j.1755-0238.1998.tb00134
    1998 Ford,C, Paltridge,N, Rathjen,J, Moritz,R, Simpson,R, Symons,R, 1998, Rapid and informative assays for Yd2, the barley yellow dwarf virus resistance gene, based on the nucleotide sequence of a closely linked gene, Molecular Breeding, 4, 1, 23-31 10.1023/A:1009686932457
    1998 Ford,C, Boss,P, Hoj,P, 1998, Cloning and characterization of vitis vinifera UDP-glucose: Flavonoid 3-O-glucosyltransferase, a homologue of the enzyme encoded by the maize bronze-1 locus that may primarily serve to glucosylate anthocyanidins in vivo, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 273, 15, 9224-9233 10.1074/jbc.273.15.9224
    1996 Collins,N, Paltridge,N, Ford,C, Symons,R, 1996, The Yd2 gene for barley yellow dwarf virus resistance maps close to the centromere on the long arm of barley chromosome 3, Theoretical and Applied Genetics, 92, 7, 858-864 10.1007/BF00221898

    Book Chapters

    Date Citation
    2012 Ford,CM, 2012, The biochemistry of organic acids in the grape, Bentham Science Publishers, pp. 67-88 10.2174/978160805360511201010067

    Conference Papers

    Date Citation
    2010 Wirthensohn,M, Chin,W, Franks,T, Baldock,G, Ford,C, Sedgley,M, 2010, Investigation of flavour compounds from sweet, semi-bitter and bitter almonds kernels, Meeting of the Mediterranean Research Group for Almond and Pistachio (GREMPA), Athens, Greece
    2008 DeBolt,S, Melino,V, Soole,K, Hayes,M, Ford,C, 2008, The potential to modify grape berry acidity through an understanding of the metabolism of tartaric and malic acids., 13th Australian Wine Industry Technical Conference, Adelaide
    2007 Low,L, Colby,C, O'Neill,B, Ford,C, Godden,J, Gishen,M, 2007, Field testing of nanofiltration for tartrate stabilisation of wine at Berri Estates Winery, CHEMECA, Melbourne, Australia
    2006 Tavassolian,I, Sedgley,M, Kaiser,B, Wirthensohn,M, Ford,C, 2006, The construction of an almond linkage map using morphological and microsatellite markers on 'Nonpariel' x 'Lauranne' population., International Rosaceae Genomics Conference (Napier, New Zealand), Napier, New Zealand
    2005 Low,L, Colby,C, O'Neill,B, Ford,C, Godden,J, Gishen,M, 2005, Alternative technologies for tartrate stabilisation of wines: which is better?, CHEMECA, Hilton Brisbane, Queensland, Australia

    Conference Items

    Date Citation
    2006 Paltridge,N, Collins,N, Ford,C, Langridge,P, King,B, Symons,R, Li,R, 2006, A map-based approach towards cloning the Yd2 resistance gene in barley, Barley yellow dwarf disease: Recent advances and future strategies, Mexico

    Patents

    Date Citation
    2007 DeBolt,S, Cook,D, Ford,C; 2007; Tartaric and ascorbic acid biosynthetic pathways in plants: role of l-idonate dehydrogenase

    Wine 2030: Grapevine metabolism: the effects of increased day and night-time temperatures on berry composition of organic acids. 2011. Dr Chris Ford

    $19,029.

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. UA 1002: Organic acid metabolism and the control of grape berry acidity in a warming climate. 2010-2015. Dr Chris Ford.

    $687,000

     

    Australian Research Council – LIEF Grant LE0989336: The South Australian Facility for Small and Large Molecule X‑Ray Diffraction Structure Determination. Dr CJ Sumby; Prof JA Carver; Prof JC Wallace; Asst Prof M Hrmova; Prof A Pring; Prof AD Abell; Dr GW Booker; Prof MI Bruce; Dr J Brugger; Dr CM Ford; Dr HH Harris; Dr JC Morris; Prof JC Paton; Dr DJ Peet; Dr SM Pyke; Dr KE Shearwin; Dr RI Menz; Dr CA Abbott; Dr PA Anderson; Dr MH Brown; Dr MR Johnston; Dr KA Schuller; Prof AF Lopez; Dr SM Pitson; Prof SF Lincoln; Prof RA McKinnon.

    $ 560,000

     

    Australian Research Council – Discovery Grant DP0985378: The control of metabolite glucosylation during grape berry development. 2009. Dr Chris Ford, Prof. Dennis Taylor, Dr Mark Thomas, Dr Paul Boss.

    $100,000.

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. GWR H06/06: Tartaric acid biosynthesis gene expression in Arabidopsis thaliana. Honours scholarship and research support. 2007.

    $2,000

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. GWR H06/06: sensory and compositional consequences of extended maceration in red wine making. Honours scholarship and research support. 2007.

    $2,000

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. UA 06/02: Organic acid metabolism during grape berry development. 2006-2009;

    $379,500

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. UA 05/03: Consequences of extended maceration on the composition of red wines. 2005-2008;

    $110,151

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project Ref. UA 05/02: The role of ascorbic acid in grape berry development. 2005-2008;

    $127,051

     

    Australian Research Council – Linkage Grant LP0560480; Understanding, controlling and improving the flavour of almond kernels. 2005-2007. Prof. Margaret Sedgley, Dr Brent Kaiser and Dr Chris Ford

    $300,000

     

    Cooperative Research Centre for Viticulture – Sub-program 3, Project 3.3.3 Organic acid metabolism.

    March 2003 to September 2006;

    $45,000 per annum; $9,000 additional support in 2006 for generation of transgenic grapevines

     

    Cooperative Research Centre for Viticulture – Sub-program 1, Project 1.2 The Tannin Project

    July 2003 to June 2005;

    $15,000 per annum

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Growth and physiology of Brettanomyces/Dekkera yeast and the production of flavour impact compounds in wine. Paul Grbin, Vladimir Jiranek and Chris Ford.

    $167,000

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project UA 02/03 Metabolic consequences of the transfer of an entire plant secondary metabolic pathway into grapevine hairy root cultures. March – November 2003;

    $3,960.00

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project UA 02/04 An investigation of flavonol glucosyltransferase activity in grapevine tissues. March – November 2003;

    $4,400.00

     

    Grape and Wine Research and Development Corporation – Project UA 01/07 The development of an assay for the activity of tartaric acid biosynthetic enzymes in grapevine tissues. March – November 2002;

     $3,217.50

    2001-present

    I deliver approximately half of the lectures in Animal and Plant Biochemistry, at both Waite and Roseworthy campuses (ca 20 hours per campus), and am also responsible for tutorial classes (3 hours per week) at Waite. I was Course Coordinator and principal lecturer for undergraduate and postgraduate coursework-level teaching in Introductory Winemaking from 2001 to 2013, and resumed this role in 2015. I also coordinate and teach the final-year course Grape and Wine Industry Practice, Policy and Communication. Previously to this I was the CC and principal lecturer for Wine Packaging & Quality Management (2001-2008), and Fermentation Technology (2009-2010). I continue to present lectures in Fermentation Technology and Viticultural Science III.

    Program Coordination

    The Bachelor of Applied Biology degree, launched at UA in 2015, was developed under my leadership during 2013 and 2014. I am Program Convenor for this degree, and continue to be actively engaged in establishing the curriculum structure, including Major Pathways, the Student Exchange and Work Placement components.

    Course Coordination

    I am Coordinator for the Level II course Animal and Plant Biochemistry, delivered to around 200 students at the Waite and Roseworthy campuses. I convened the working group that developed this course in 2008. I am also the Course Coordinator for the Level II Bachelor of Viticulture and Oenology (BVO) and Masters of Viticulture and Oenology course Introductory Winemaking, and the Level III course Grape Industry, Practice, Policy and Communications.

    I am currently the principal supervisor for two PhD students: Jenny Bellon (enrolled 2008), and Hui Hui Chong (2012) and co-supervisor of one (Lieke van der Hulst). Nineteen PhD students have completed their candidatures with me  (‘P’ = Principal Supervisor):_Louise Robinson, Seth DeBolt (P), Lin Lin Low, Susan Wheeler, Iraj Tavassolian (P), Venetia Joscelyne (P), Victoria Harris, Vanessa Melino (P), Erminawati Wuryatmo, Crystal Sweetman, Crista Burbidge, Alana Capaldo, Martin Mendez, Cyd Yonker (P), Tony Ogbeide (P), Amy Koschella (P), Darren Wong(P) , Jia Yong (P) and Emily Higginson (P). I have also supervised four Masters students and 12 honours students.

    Position
    Deputy Head of School - Learning and Teaching
    Phone
    83137386
    Fax
    8313 7116
    Campus
    Waite
    Building
    Wine Innovation Central
    Room Number
    4 43
    Org Unit
    School of Agriculture, Food and Wine

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