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Dr Brett Robert Charles Molesworth

Dr Brett Robert Charles Molesworth

Dr Brett Molesworth is a Human Factors and Aviation Safety lecturer with the Department. Brett's qualifications include a Bachelor of Aviation (Hons) and a PhD (UWS) where he examined individual's propensity towards risk-taking.

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Dr Marina Theodora Van Leeuwen

Dr Marina Theodora Van Leeuwen

Research Interests: The epidemiology of cancer in immunodeficient populations, including people with primary and acquired immunodeficiency.

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Dr Fei Song

Dr Fei Song

My research interest is mainly about plasma biomarkers of Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's disease. Plasma apolipoproteins and cognitive decline is my specific research field.

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Rheumatic heart disease in pregnancy: an AMOSS study

Rheumatic heart disease in pregnancy: an AMOSS study

Whilst overall a rare disease, Indigenous peoples have disproportionately high rates of rheumatic heart disease (RHD). This study explores the prevalence and distribution of RHD in pregnancy in Australia and New Zealand. It details current management, ...
Mr Roderick James Bamford

Mr Roderick James Bamford

Lecturer, School of Design Studies

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Ms Lori Elyse Mooren

Ms Lori Elyse Mooren

MA, Dalhousie University, Canada 1978
BA, Eastern Washington University, USA 1977

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Mr Hamid Reza Vali Pour Goudarzi

Mr Hamid Reza Vali Pour Goudarzi

Senior Lecturer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

 

 

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Level 1: I research the behaviour of structures made of steel, concrete and timber.

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Associate Professor Richard Morris

Associate Professor Richard Morris

Richard Morris has research interests in financial accounting, international accounting, and accounting history.

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Ms Gina Anderson

Ms Gina Anderson

Gina Anderson is the Philanthropy Fellow at the Centre for Social Impact, leading a new research project on the activities of charitable foundations entitled ‘Where the Money Goes’.

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Emeritus Professor Michael Leslie Banner

Emeritus Professor Michael Leslie Banner

Michael Banner is an Emeritus Professor with the School of Mathematics and Statistics, Faculty of Science, UNSW.

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Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell

Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell

Nigel Lovell is currently a Scientia Professor at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW) working in the areas of bionics, biomonitoring and physiological modelling.

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Associate Professor Craig Anthony John Stockings

Associate Professor Craig Anthony John Stockings

Dr Craig Stockings is a Senior Lecturer in History at the University of New South Wales, Australian Defence Force Academy. His areas of academic interest concern general and Australian military history and operational analysis.

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Dr Shawn Kook

Dr Shawn Kook

Dr Sanghoon (Shawn) Kook is a Senior Lecturer of the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and directs the UNSW Engine Research Laboratory where automobile engines and alternative fuel combustion are investigated experimentally.

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Dr Andrew Kan

Dr Andrew Kan

Dr Andrew Kan is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Women's & Children's Health and specialises in fertility, IVF and reproductive medicine.

Particle scale studies of power mixing in bladed mixers

Particle scale studies of power mixing in bladed mixers

Powder handling and processing are widely used in both conventional and modern industries but rarely reach more than 60% of design capacity because of poor fundamental understanding.
Associate Professor Mark Danta

Associate Professor Mark Danta

Dr Mark Danta is an Associate Professor and Clinical Academic gastroenterologist at St Vincents Hospital.

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Chip-Scale Implantable Bionics for Next Generation Therapeutic Neural Prostheses

Chip-Scale Implantable Bionics for Next Generation Therapeutic Neural Prostheses

Australia has an unmatched reputation as a world leader in neuroprostheses. Most notable of these is the bionic ear for the deaf and, more recently, leading edge research towards a bionic eye for the blind. This proposal will combine the research stren...
Dr Penny Martens

Dr Penny Martens

Dr Penny Martens, Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering

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Level 1: I take materials (very similar to soft contact lenses) and use them to replace various tissues inside the body.

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Dr Jaco Lok

Dr Jaco Lok

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