Dr John Banksjohn.email@example.com
Room G41, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 3687
John manages the MSLC and lectures first year mathematics subjects. He also plays a key role in assessing the mathematics and statistics qualifications of students coming into the University.
Dr Robert Maillardetrjmail@unimelb.edu.au
Room G48, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 8051
Robert conducts research in probability and statistics, has written a popular text on scientific programming using R and produces Video Consultations to assist students to tackle difficult concepts. He teaches mainly first year calculus and second year probability and statistics.
Dr Rheanna Mainzerrheanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Room G41A, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 0114
Rheanna joined the MSLC as a statistics tutor in 2017, shortly after completing her PhD thesis. Her research looks at assessing and improving existing statistical procedures. She is involved in teaching the first-year subject Experimental Design and Data Analysis.
Dr Anthony Morphetta.email@example.com
Room G43, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 3879
Anthony’s mathematical background is in logic and computability. He has an interest in mathematics education, and in particular the design and use of technology for mathematics and statistics teaching and learning. Anthony teaches subjects including calculus, linear algebra and statistics.
Room G42, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 0010
Rosie is the administrative assistant for the Mathematics and Statistics Learning Centre. She keeps the administrative wheels running smoothly, including tutorial materials and assignment processing. She liaises with students and staff across all levels in the University and wider community.
Dr TriThang Trantrtran@unimelb.edu.au
Room G44, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 3878
TriThang does research in Algebraic Topology, although in reality, he is interested in anything to do with mathematics. At the moment, TriThang teaches first year subjects, and tells the occasional bad joke in class.
Room G45, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 8901
Susan teaches first and second year mathematics subjects and plays a major role in ensuring the smooth operation of our substantial tutorial program, including appointment of tutors, allocation of classes and resolution of timetable issues.
Dr Thomas Wongthomas.firstname.lastname@example.org
Room G46, Peter Hall
Phone 8344 2137
Thomas is interested in integrating a variety of technologies and online tools to improve student learning in first and second year subjects. His mathematical research involves enumerative combinatorics and complex networks. An avid gamer, indiscriminate foodie, and ultimate Frisbee enthusiast.