Emily Buddle

Dr Emily Buddle

Centre Fellow, ARC Training Centre for Future Crops Development

Postdoctoral Researcher, School of Humanities

Emily Buddle

Emily’s research is scholarly, interdisciplinary, and applied as demonstrated by her findings being applicable and readily accessible to the relevant industry sector.

Emily has a Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences with Honours from the University of Adelaide, a Graduate Certificate in Internet Communications from Curtin University and a PhD from the University of Adelaide with a thesis titled “Australian Meat Consumers’ Understandings of Farm Animal Welfare”.

Since completing her PhD, Emily has worked in the public sector as a project/policy officer, and in the private sector in agricultural extension in positions focused on livestock biosecurity and farm business management. While fostering her passion for communication and facilitation, these roles have also enhanced her networks across the Australian agricultural industry and increased her project management skills.


The ARC Training Centre for Accelerated Future Crops Development is funded by the Australian Research Council under its Industrial Transformation Training Hubs Program to run from 2022 to 2027.

It is a collaboration of universities, government research agencies and the Australian grains sector’s key stakeholders in training, R&D, social engagement, responsible innovation, breeding, marketing and delivery.

It also has international partners in gene-editing, SynBio, crop breeding, and, other partnerships for co-developing deep technologies to transform the agriculture industry and global food security.