Dr. Adam Dimech has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Horticulture (with
Honours) and a PhD from the University
, where he has also previously worked as a demonstrator and
Adam has a passion for writing to both academic
and lay audiences.
Adam presently works as a research scientist at
Biosciences Research Division
Department of Primary Industries
in the Melbourne suburb of Bundoora. Aside from conducting scientific
research into Victoria's pasture grasses, Adam works with PhD students on a
day-to-day basis. Adam is frequently asked to review thesis chapters,
manuscripts and conference abstracts as well as reports and presentations.
Adam specialises in working with English as a Second Language (ESL)
students and has a broad experience working with undergraduate and
Adam has previously worked at the
Royal Botanic Gardens Melbourne
the University of Melbourne. Adam has several years' demonstrating
experience (teaching plant physiology and botany to undergraduate students)
at both the Parkville and Burnley campuses of the University of Melbourne.
Adam served as an elected Councillor at the University of Melbourne
Postgraduate Association (UMPA, now
Graduate Student Association
) between 2003-6.
Adam has published
extensively in his own right, including as a first author on manuscripts in
Cell, Tissue and Organ Culture
. A full list of publications can be accessed
. Adam has also
published many non-technical articles in numerous minor publications
including Postgraduate Review
Dr. Adam Dimech was born in Melbourne,
Australia and is a native-speaker of English. In between work, he enjoys