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Professor Jeya Jeyakumar

Professor Jeya Jeyakumar

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Jaffna University, Bachelor of Science

University of Melbourne, Doctor of Philosophy

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Dr David Anthony Bright

Dr David Anthony Bright

Dr David Bright is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology with the School of Social Sciences at the University of New South Wales.  Prior to his current appointment, Dr Bright was Research Fellow at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, where h

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Dr Graham Edwin Ball

Dr Graham Edwin Ball

Research in the Ball Group focuses on innovative use of NMR spectroscopy to explore interesting and important chemical problems, often in the areas of inorganic and organometallic chemistry.

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Dr Alyce McGovern

Dr Alyce McGovern

Dr Alyce McGovern is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW, Sydney, Australia.

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Dr Ross Stewart Grant

Dr Ross Stewart Grant

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(USyd Admin) Multi-Dimensional, High-Speed Laser Imaging facility for fluids and combustion

(USyd Admin) Multi-Dimensional, High-Speed Laser Imaging facility for fluids and combustion

This proposal seeks to establish state-of-the-art, high-speed laser diagnostics facilities that provide Australian researchers with unique capabilities to make real-time and space-resolved measurements of reactive species and polluting particles in com...
Dr Ria Arnold

Dr Ria Arnold

Ria Arnold is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Translational Neuroscience Facility, School of Medical Sciences, UNSW.

Dr Amanda Craig

Dr Amanda Craig

Dr Amanda Craig is a UNSW Vice-chancellor's Post Doctoral Research Fellow and Lecturer with the Translational Neuroscience Facility in the Department of Physiology, School of Medical Sciences. 

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Dr Peter John Reece

Dr Peter John Reece

Dr Peter Reece is a Lecturer in the School of Physics and Group Head of Optoelectronics Research Laboratory, which is part of the Department of Condensed Matter Physics.

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Neurobiological causes of overeating in a rodent model - hedonic versus homeostatic control

Neurobiological causes of overeating in a rodent model - hedonic versus homeostatic control

Unlimited access to palatable high fat foods, in conjunction with a sedentary life style, has led to increased obesity. Exactly what mechanisms drive over consumption of energy rich foods and override mechanisms that normally regulate body weight? This...
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 Mary Jane Beilby

Dr Mary Jane Beilby

My background is in physics. I research electrical properties of membranes surrounding living plant cells. Many life processes involve moving ions in and out of the cell.

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Ms Amanda Dart Roxburgh

Ms Amanda Dart Roxburgh

Amanda Roxburgh is employed as a Senior Research Officer with NDARC.

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Dr Christine Janice Logan

Dr Christine Janice Logan

Dr Christine Logan is a Senior Lecturer in the School of History and Philosophy.

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: Piano, two-piano and chamber music performance and scholarship.  

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Ms Christina Boedker

Ms Christina Boedker

Christina has over 14 years of research and industry experience with UK, US and Australian organisations.

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Dr Linda Albina Bartolomei

Dr Linda Albina Bartolomei

Linda Bartolomei is the Director of the Centre for Refugee Research and the co-coordinator of the Master of Development Studies program in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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Ms Margaret Cunningham

Ms Margaret Cunningham

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Professor Lyn Craig

Professor Lyn Craig

Associate Professor Lyn Craig is an ARC QEII Fellow at the Social Policy Research Centre, University of New South Wales.

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Professor Denis Wakefield

Professor Denis Wakefield

Professor Wakefield graduated from UNSW with First Class Honours and the University Medal for Medicine.  He has dual specialist qualifications in internal medicine (FRACP) and pathology (FRCPA) (immunology).  He is Director of the Centre for Immun

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