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Ms Michelle Louise Maxwell

Ms Michelle Louise Maxwell

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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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Professor Bill Ballard

Professor Bill Ballard

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Ballard's research is focused but has broad application in the fields of population genetics and ageing. He has published significant invited reviews e.g. Ballard and Rand (2005), Ballard and Whitlock (2004).

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Dr Helder Marcal

Dr Helder Marcal

Dr Helder Marçal has years of recognised research experience in tissue engineering technologies and stem cell regenerati

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Dr Leah Audrey Krischock

Dr Leah Audrey Krischock

Qualifications: MBBS, FRCPCH (UK), FRACP

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Dr Nicky Bertollo

Dr Nicky Bertollo

My broad interests include biomechanics of the diseased joint, tissue engineering as it relates to sports medicine and joint reconstruction, Arthroplasty and implant fixation, drilling of bone and osteonecrosis.

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NEU-HORIZONS: The neuroprotection and therapeutic use of riluzole for the prevention of oxaliplatin neurotoxicity study.

NEU-HORIZONS: The neuroprotection and therapeutic use of riluzole for the prevention of oxaliplatin neurotoxicity study.

Colorectal cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia, with more than 13500 cases recorded annually. Oxaliplatin is an effective chemotherapy for the treatment of colorectal cancer. The major side-effect of oxaliplatin is the deve...
Dr Jason Bruggemann

Dr Jason Bruggemann

Since joining the Lenroot Group at Neuroscience Research Australia and the School of Psychiatry as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, I have been engaged in the study of healthy and atypical brain

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Associate Professor Paul Adam

Associate Professor Paul Adam

Paul Adam is a botanist, plant geographer and ecologist, and received his PhD from Cambridge University.

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Dr Christopher Walker

Dr Christopher Walker

Chris is the Head of the School of Social Sciences.  Chris's research interests are in the areas of policy analysis, regulatory reform and compliance. His PhD examined regulatory reform in the Australian trucking sector.

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Dr Therese Margaret Foran

Dr Therese Margaret Foran

Qualifications:  MB BS (Syd), MClinEd, FAChSHM

Terri Foran is a Lecturer with the School of Women's & Children's Health and is the Director of Master Women’s Health Medicine.

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Mr Bruce Gordon

Mr Bruce Gordon

Bruce Gordon joined the School of Business Law and Taxation in 1986 from private practice.

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Ms Margaret Cunningham

Ms Margaret Cunningham

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Ms Clare Janette Grant

Ms Clare Janette Grant

Clare Grant has been involved in the creation of new works for theatre, performance, radio and film for many years.

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Modelling the atmosphere of extrasolar planets

Modelling the atmosphere of extrasolar planets

Over the last 12 years more than 200 planets orbiting other stars have been found. The next step in the investigation of these planets is to attempt direct detections and to probe atmospheric structure and compsition. In this project we will develop ad...
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 Elizabeth Nora McMahon

Associate Professor Elizabeth Nora McMahon

Dr Elizabeth McMahonis an Associate Professor in the School of the Arts and Media.  Her research interestes are in Australian literature, Island Studies and Gender studies.

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Dr Bernard Ho Yin Wong

Dr Bernard Ho Yin Wong

Bernard joined the University of New South Wales as a lecturer in January 2003 after spending a number of sessions at UNSW as a research assistant and tutor.

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