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Dr Xiaoming Wen

Dr Xiaoming Wen

Research interests: ultrafast spectroscopy, time-resolved spectrosopy, single molecule spectroscopy, carrier dyanmcis in colloidal nanoparticles; opticla properties of nanomaterials, third generation solar cells

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Associate Professor John D'Ambra

Associate Professor John D'Ambra

John D'Ambra is an Associate Professor in the School of Information Systems, Technology and Management at the University of New South Wales.

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Professor Vaughan Carr

Professor Vaughan Carr

Current Appointments:
  • Professor of Psychiatry and Chair of Schizophrenia Epidemiology at UNSW

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Dr Patsie Polly

Dr Patsie Polly

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1992 BSc (Hons I) School of Pathology, UNSW  

1997 PhD, Garvan Institute of Medical Research, UNSW

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Dr Craig Ronald Lewis

Dr Craig Ronald Lewis

Research Interests:
Major areas of clinical trial research in breast, lung and genitourinary cancer. Other areas of interest include cancer pain management and chemotherapy-related nausea and vomiting

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Dr Belinda Jane Parmenter

Dr Belinda Jane Parmenter

Belinda Parmenter is an accredited exercise physiologist (AEP) with over 18 years experience in prescribing and delivering exercise for patients with chronic disease. 

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Professor Gavan Patrick McNally

Professor Gavan Patrick McNally

I lead the Behavioural Neuroscience lab in the School of Psychology. Our primary goal is to map and understand the specific brain circuits controlling learning and motivation.

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Dr Hammad Ali

Dr Hammad Ali

Hammad is a medical doctor and a public health graduate. He worked in the public health development sector in a developing country before moving to Australia.

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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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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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Professor Mark Hoffman

Professor Mark Hoffman

Professor Hoffman is Pro Vice-Chancellor Research of the University of New South Wales, one of the world’s top 100 Universities which focus on engineering and technology. From 2007-12 Prof.

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Altered Myelin Sphingolipid Homeostasis in Alzheimer's Disease

Altered Myelin Sphingolipid Homeostasis in Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer?s Disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, and its incidence is rising as the population ages. This project will provide a detailed analysis and explanation for the loss of particular lipid (fat) molecules that are essential for myel...
Dr Oliver Diessel

Dr Oliver Diessel

Dr Oliver Diessel is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computer Science and Engineering.

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Dr Marian Shanahan

Dr Marian Shanahan

Dr Shanahan has completed her PhD project examining the costs and benefits of various cannabis policies.

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Dr Daoyi Dong

Dr Daoyi Dong

Dr Daoyi Dong is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy. He received the B.E. degree and the Ph.D.

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Professor Andy Pitman

Professor Andy Pitman

I am the Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science. This Centre, hosted by UNSW, started in 2011. 

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Novel Atomic Level Investigations of High Temperature Surface Thermodynamics of molten steel

Novel Atomic Level Investigations of High Temperature Surface Thermodynamics of molten steel

The overall goal of this project is to advance the fundamental understanding of impurity reactions in high temperature steelmaking, and to open novel avenues for atomic level process control and scientific discoveries in the field.
Dr Sandra Ya-chu Chuang

Dr Sandra Ya-chu Chuang

Dr Sandra Chuang is a Clinical Academic (Lecturer) in Respiratory Medicine, at Sydney Children's Hospital (SCH).  She maintains a very active role within the Discipline of Paediatrics, School of Women's & Children's Health - both in research a

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Dr Neil Alexander Youngson

Dr Neil Alexander Youngson

Dr Youngson’s main scientific interest has been in non-Mendelian mechanisms of phenotype transmission in mammals and the evolutionary and health implications of these phenomena.

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