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Protein methylation: a fundamental regulator of the interactome

Protein methylation: a fundamental regulator of the interactome

The 'interactome', being the interactions of all proteins in the cell, has been intensively studied in yeast. However, we know very little about how the interactions of most proteins are regulated. In this study, we will test if protein methylation is ...
Associate Professor Amany Zekry

Associate Professor Amany Zekry

Associate Professor Amany Zekry is a clinical academic at St George Hospital Clinical School. She is a Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist at St George Hospital. A/Professor Amany Zekry is part of the research team at the IIRC.

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Dr Mahiuddin Chowdhury

Dr Mahiuddin Chowdhury

Dr Mahiuddin Chowdhury is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. His research interests include:

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Trends in Time: Work, Family and Social Policy in Australia 1992-2006

Trends in Time: Work, Family and Social Policy in Australia 1992-2006

This project will contribute to the national priority goal of ?strengthening Australia?s social and economic fabric to help families and individuals live healthy, productive, and fulfilling lives?, within the National Research Priority of ?promoting go...
Professor John Taylor

Professor John Taylor

John Taylor spent seven years in private legal practice before becoming an academic in 1985. Since then he has periodically acted as an academic consultant for tax divisions of major accounting firms and for an investment bank.

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Dr Louise Marie Alexandra Causer

Dr Louise Marie Alexandra Causer

Louise Causer is a medical epidemiologist and lecturer at The Kirby Institute.

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Associate Professor Jean Gelman Taylor

Associate Professor Jean Gelman Taylor

I am an Associate Professor in the School of History & Philosophy. Indonesia, its peoples, cultures and history have been a strong attraction for me since my days as an undergraduate at the University of Melbourne.

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Dr Tania Trapolini

Dr Tania Trapolini

Research Interests: In the field of infant, child and adolescent psychiatry areas of particular interest are perinatal mood disorders, attachment and mother-infant based therapies, use of mindfulness-based therapies with children

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Professor Michael Frater

Professor Michael Frater

Professor Michael Frater is the Rector of the University College of the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Associate Professor Carolyn Quadrio

Associate Professor Carolyn Quadrio

Carolyn Quadrio is also in private practice in Forensic and Child and Family Psychiatry, particularly in relation to sexual and intrafamilial violence and Family Law. She teaches individual psychotherapy and marital and child and family therapy.

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Associate Professor Mark Craig Reed

Associate Professor Mark Craig Reed

Research Experience

  • Wireless Communications
  • Heterogeneous Multi-tier Cellular Networks
  • Small Cells
  • Femtocells
  • Self Organizing Networks (SON)
  • Baseband Receiver Design
  • Iterative Detection and Channel Decoding
  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Compressed Sensing (Source Coding)
  • Asynchronous Digital Design
  • Underwater Communications
  • PhD Title, "Iterative Receiver Techniques for Coded Multiple Access Communication Systems", University of South Australia, Australia. 2000
  • 6 Graduated PhD Students

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Reimagining the Cultural Archetype of the Fall in Modernist Poetry

Reimagining the Cultural Archetype of the Fall in Modernist Poetry

This project will be the first major investigation of the poetics of the Fall in modernism. It will show how the need to conceive modern life as fallen, and the painful inability to offer salvation, determined the development of modernist poetry.
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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Behavioural activation therapy for the treatment of co-occurring depression and opioid dependence

Behavioural activation therapy for the treatment of co-occurring depression and opioid dependence

Formerly 'Group schema therapy for the treatment of co-occuring depression and opioid dependence'
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