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Dr Roy Sugarman

Dr Roy Sugarman

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Ms Sarah Emily Adams

Ms Sarah Emily Adams

Sarah is the NAB Research Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact. Sarah has worked at CSI for three years on a variety of social impact measurement and social innovation projects.

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Clinical Evidence Surveillance

Clinical Evidence Surveillance

The aims of the project are to develop the methods that will be used to monitor and track the production and translation of clinical evidence to detect the risk of harm associated with evidence translation failures.
Dr Cristan Adrian Herbert

Dr Cristan Adrian Herbert

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Dr Pierre Dilda

Dr Pierre Dilda

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Overcoming the acquired or innate chemotherapy resistance of malignant tumours has been an ongoing challenge ever since the development of the first chemotherapeutic agents.

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Dr Diane Losche

Dr Diane Losche

Dr Diane Losche holds an M.Phil and Ph.D. in Anthropology from Columbia University and a B.A..from. Barnard College magna cum laude.

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Emeritus Professor Peter H Barry

Emeritus Professor Peter H Barry

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Immigration Restriction and the Racial State, c. 1880 to the present

Immigration Restriction and the Racial State, c. 1880 to the present

This project is a collaboration between UNSW, Sydney University and the University of London.
Mr Duncan Ronald Chalmers

Mr Duncan Ronald Chalmers

Mr Duncan Chalmers is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Mining Engineering.

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Feedback destabilizing control of electro-osmotic flow for reducing fouling and enhancing productivity of membrane systems

Feedback destabilizing control of electro-osmotic flow for reducing fouling and enhancing productivity of membrane systems

Fouling reduces throughput and productivity of membrane systems and as such increases operating costs and reduces profitability of water treatment industries. This work aims to reduce fouling by reducing the amount of solute at a membrane surface by de...
Dr Dane Robert McCamey

Dr Dane Robert McCamey

Dane is a Senior Lecturer and ARC Future Fellow in the School of Physics, Faculty of Science at UNSW.

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Use of information and communication technologies to support effective work practice innovation in the health sector: a multi-site study.

Use of information and communication technologies to support effective work practice innovation in the health sector: a multi-site study.

Health systems face considerable challenges in meeting increasing demands for highly sophisticated services with limited resources and a shortage of health professionals. The introduction of information technology (IT) is a key strategy to meet these c...
Dr Michele Zappavigna

Dr Michele Zappavigna

As a linguist, my primary focus is on exploring the language of microblogging and social media. My research in this area investigates discursive patterns in social media texts and corpora. 

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Ms Hannah Elizabeth Wilson

Ms Hannah Elizabeth Wilson

Hannah works with the viral hepatitis team at the Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH). She joined CSRH in 2009 after completing a Bachelor of Social Science at UNSW Australia.

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Dr Paul Alan Dawson

Dr Paul Alan Dawson

Paul Dawson is a writer of fiction and poetry, and an internationally recognized scholar in the fields of narrative theory and Creative Writing as an academic discipline.

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Dr Warren Ferrers Smith

Dr Warren Ferrers Smith

Senior Lecturer School of Engineering and IT University College, ADFA
Affiliate Research Scholar, University of Oklahoma, 2013-14

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Mr Sunghoon Kim

Mr Sunghoon Kim

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  • Strategic human resource management
  • International/comparative human resource management

 

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Dr Debra Aarons

Dr Debra Aarons

Debra Aarons currently specialises in the linguistic analysis of humour, focusing on the formal grammatical properties, as well as the pragmatics, of humour.

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Professor Kelley Anne Johnson

Professor Kelley Anne Johnson

Professor Kelley Johnson has undertaken research across a wide range of social policy issues both nationally and internationally.

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Dr Frank Thomas Formby

Dr Frank Thomas Formby

Frank Formby is a Senior Conjoint Lecturer at the School of Public Health and Community Medicine.  He is also undertaking a PhD in Quality Improvement in Palliative Care and researching a novel way of evaluating clinical services using a market-li

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Associate Professor Farah Magrabi

Associate Professor Farah Magrabi

Farah is an Associate Professor at the Centre for Health Informatics within the Australian Institute for Health Innovation.

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