Dipnall - Co-Founder and Managing Director
Dr. Malcolm Rosier
- Senior Associate
- Co-Founder and Business Manager
Joanna Dipnall - Co-Founder
and Managing Director
is an econometrician, and Australia and New Zealand's leading practitioner
of online research and renown statistician. As an author and presenter of internationally published
articles, and as presenter at leading Universities and workshops, her expertise is highly valued.
She presents at workshops for the Australian Consortium for Social and Political Research Incorporated (ACSPRI).
In the private sector, she has worked with Australia's leading brands across
banking and finance including funds management, legal, government, ICT, and
"Leading brands tend to be early adopters. They're quick to embrace
new technology and as a result understand the market better than their
competition," she says.
Joanna is a sessional academic with the Department of Statistics Data Science and Epidemiology at Swinburne University of Technology
and a PhD Candidate with The Centre for Innovation in Mental and Physical Health and Clinical Treatment (IMPACT) Strategic Research Centre (SRC)
at the School of Medicine, Deakin University, and associated with Barwon Health at Geelong, Victoria.
Joanna has been at the forefront in the use and standardization of multi-disciplinary statistical procedures. Her PhD revolves around the use and novel
application of biostatistical data mining and machine learning algorithms in mental health research.
Read internationally published articles co-authored by Joanna:
in Web Surveys: Promoting Extremism?"
Dipnall and Jeavons, 2000
in Leadership: The Internet Perspective."
Dipnall and Jepsen, 2001
Dr. Malcolm Rosier
- Senior Research Associate
Dr. Malcolm Rosier has more than forty years' experience in social research,
initially in mathematics and science achievement, and more recently in the
development of social and health policy. His main research interest is in
building quantitative models to identify relationships between key factors
influencing a criterion of interest. Underlying the development and analysis
of such models is his considerable expertise in other aspects of survey research,
especially in data collection and management, sampling design and execution, and
instrument development (using item response theory procedures). Dr Rosier has a
PhD from Stockholm University and is a Fellow of the Australian College of Education.
He worked for more than 20 years at the Australian Council for Educational Research
until moving to the Centre for Adolescent Health at the Royal Children's Hospital
in Melbourne. He founded the statistical consultancy company
Survey Design and Analysis
Services Pty Ltd through which he undertook many research projects, and conducted
many methodology workshops in Australia and South-East Asia.
Mathew Dipnall - Business Development
Mathew is the business manager with extensive engineering and project
management experience across a wide range of industries. His industrial
engineering skills provide an uncommon discipline to the timely execution
of research projects on time and on budget.