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Dr Fiona Morrison

Dr Fiona Morrison

My research and teaching interests arein the area of postcolonial literatures in English and Australian literature. I have also taught a great deal across the English literary canon as well as liteary theory, gender and rhetorical studies.

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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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Indigenous Australians with Mental Health Disorders and Cognitive Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System

Indigenous Australians with Mental Health Disorders and Cognitive Disabilities in the Criminal Justice System

High rates of Indigenous Australians with mental health disorders and cognitive disabilities in the criminal justice system are evidenced in a current ARC Linkage project. This project moves into new territory by extending Indigenous specific data a...
Dr Heather Lucy Elizabeth Neilson

Dr Heather Lucy Elizabeth Neilson

Heather Neilson has taught in the English program at UNSW@ADFA since 1995. She previously taught at the University of Sydney and the University of Western Australia.

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Dr Xavier Barthelemy

Dr Xavier Barthelemy

Post Doctoral Teaching Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Associate Professor Carmel Flaskas

Associate Professor Carmel Flaskas

Carmel Flaskas is an Associate Professor in the Social Work discipline in the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

I am an academic, social worker and family therapist.

 

 

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Dr Svetlana Starodubtseva

Dr Svetlana Starodubtseva

Qualifications:
 MBBS, PhD, Obstetrician-Gynaecologist (Russian Federation)

Dr Svetlana Starodubtseva is a Conjoint Lecturer with the School of Women's & Children's Health, UNSW.

Dr James Richard Burrell

Dr James Richard Burrell

Dr Burrell graduated from the combined Arts/Medicine with Honours at the University of New South Wales in 2000.

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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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Dr Emma Axelsson

Dr Emma Axelsson

My overarching research interest is in cognitive development in infants and children from typical and atypical populations.

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Associate Professor Wan Mee Ng

Associate Professor Wan Mee Ng

Wan Ng (PhD) is Associate Professor in Technology-Enabled Learning and Teaching and Science Education in the School of Education at the University of New South Wales, Australia.  She is currently Chair of the School’s Research Committee.

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Professor Per Setterlund

Professor Per Setterlund

Professor, School of Chemical Engineering

ARC Future Fellow

co-Director of the Centre for Advanced Macromolecular Design (CAMD)

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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 Yazi Ke

Dr Yazi Ke

Professor James Goff

Professor James Goff

I am particularly interested in tsunamis – all aspects of tsunamis - hazard, risk and vulnerability assessment, disaster and emergency management – but in studying this particular natural hazard my interests have quite naturally extended to includ

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Computational Modelling of Cardiac and Neuronal Tissue

Computational Modelling of Cardiac and Neuronal Tissue

This research aims to develop a method to optimise and incorporate models of experimental cardiac action potentials into electro-anatomical models of the atria which is a step towards development of patient-specific models of cardiac electrophysiology...
Dr Damien John Mannion

Dr Damien John Mannion

My primary research interest is in understanding how we perceive the world—what are our visual capacities and how are they realised in the brain.

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Dr Michael O'Connor

Dr Michael O'Connor

Qualifications: MD. BS (Hons), MHL (Syd), DCH.DDU.MRCOG (Gold Medal). FRCOG. FRANZCOG.FACLM.

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