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).
Peter is course leader of Managerial Skills in the AGSM Executive MBA, Co-Chair of the Learning and Teaching Committee and the 2010-2011 Professional Development Workshop Chair for the Academy of Management Careers Division.
Professor Gunning completed his PhD at Monash University on gene expression in the nervous system and then spent 9 years at Stanford University working first on neuronal differentiation and then on the regulation of muscle gene expression.
I have spent the last decade working abroad in Hong Kong, France, the United States, Canada and Australia. I am currently Lecturer at the Faculty of Law and Academic Co-Director of the Cyberspace Law and Policy Centre, UNSW.
Studies of biofilms - or microbes on surfaces - take place at both fundamental and applied levels. Nic’s main research interest is in the biofilm life cycle and particularly in the regulation of biofilm differentiation and dispersal processes.