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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 George Argyrous

Dr George Argyrous

George Argyrous is a Senior Lecturer in Evidence-based Policy Making at the School of Social Sciences and International Studies, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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Mr Michael Kempson

Mr Michael Kempson

Michael Kempson is an artist, curator and academic who initiates printmaking research projects, in which he is a collaborative partner, in his position as Director of Cicada Press, a research group at COFA UNSW that he established in 2004.

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Mrs Megan Jane Bedford

Mrs Megan Jane Bedford

Megan Bedford is a Research Associate in the Social Policy Research Centre.

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Dr Branislav Hredzak

Dr Branislav Hredzak

Dr Branislav Hredzak - Senior Lecturer with the School of Electrical Engineering and Telecommunications.

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Dr Pradeep Kanta Ray

Dr Pradeep Kanta Ray

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Does obesity have the characteristics of addiction?

Does obesity have the characteristics of addiction?

The number of overweight or obese people in Australia has increased dramatically in recent years, increasing disease risk. The brain responds to palatable food in ways similar to the response to drugs of addiction, and this may explain why people find ...
Dr Gail Trapp

Dr Gail Trapp

Dr Gail Trapp is a lecturer in Exercise Physiology in the School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine.

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Scientia Professor Martin Green

Scientia Professor Martin Green

Martin Green is currently a Scientia Professor at the University of New South Wales and Director of the Australian National Energy Agency (ARENA) supported Centre for Advanced Photovoltaics.

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Dr Jordana Kathleen McLoone

Dr Jordana Kathleen McLoone

Dr Jordana McLoone is a Research Fellow and Lecturer with the Discipline of Paediatrics, School of Women's & Children's Health, UNSW Medicine.

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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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Dr Kristen Dena Marie Splinter

Dr Kristen Dena Marie Splinter

Senior Research Associate in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering’s Water Research Laboratory (WRL)

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I study how our coastline (namely the beaches) erode and recover from changes in the size of waves

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Dr Alan McCarthy

Dr Alan McCarthy

My research interests lie in the area of differential geometry.

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Professor Ross Buckley

Professor Ross Buckley

I joined the Faculty in January 2007, having previously led a research centre into global trade & finance at another Australian University for six years.

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Mr John Wilson

Mr John Wilson

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During my years at UNSW I have developed strong links with a number of research groups within the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences.

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Dr Roderick George McKay

Dr Roderick George McKay

Research Interests:
Interest in the evaluation of mental health systems for the elderly and their effectiveness; and in the utilisation of routine outcome measurement to improve such systems.

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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Professor William Ledger

Professor William Ledger

Qualifications: MA, DPhil (Oxon), MB, ChB, FRCOG, FRANZCOG, CREI

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Dr Bryoni Alison Trezise

Dr Bryoni Alison Trezise

My current research interests are in contemporary and postdramatic theatre practices, as well as in practices and processes of cultural memory.

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