Collaborations Project Manager appointed

The SRI has appointed a Project Manager to lead the SCI Research Collaborations Project.  Ms Emma Peleg, who joined the SRI in November 2016, has extensive, broad-ranging skills. She spent her early career in intensive care nursing and nursing education, and in recent years worked with start up medical device companies, managing the implemention of innovative heart and circulation equipment in hospitals across USA and Asia-Pacific.

Ms Sina Lengelsen, SRI Executive Officer, said Emma was a great addition to the SRI team and her experience and skills ensured she was well-placed to lead the exciting SCI Research Collaborations Project. 

Researchers interested in finding out more about the Collaborations Project can contact Emma at

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