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Mrs Bindya Subba

Mrs Bindya Subba

Bindya is the Finance Officer in the School of Mining Engineering and is responsible for managing school finances including raising purchase orders, organising travel and responding to queries concerning financial system policies and procedures.

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Dr Jan Maree Davis

Dr Jan Maree Davis

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Collaborator on a clinical project at St. George hospital, looking at implementation of a Clinical Pathway for Care of Dying Patients.

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Dr Asha Sofia Persson

Dr Asha Sofia Persson

Dr Asha Persson is a Research Fellow with the Centre for Social Research in Health (formerly the National Centre in HIV Social Research). She was awarded a PhD in social anthropology from Sydney University in 2001.

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Dr Hammad Ali

Dr Hammad Ali

Hammad is a medical doctor and a public health graduate. He worked in the public health development sector in a developing country before moving to Australia.

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Professor Carla Treloar

Professor Carla Treloar

Professor Carla Treloar is Deputy Director of the Centre for Social Research in Health and head of the Centre's hepatitis research team.

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Dr David Burke

Dr David Burke

Research Interests: Involved in research looking at the way vascular risk factors and vascular pathology effect the expression of various types of cognitive impairment and dementia, and in ways of preventing and treating these.

Associate Professor Ruhul Sarker

Associate Professor Ruhul Sarker

Ruhul A Sarker obtained his Ph.D. from the Department of Industrial Engineering, DalTech, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada in 1992.

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Professor Justin Gooding

Professor Justin Gooding

Scientia Professor Justin Gooding graduated with a B.Sc. (Hons) from Melbourne University before spending two years working for ICI Research.  He then returned to University obtaining a D.Phil.

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Targeting the Wnt signalling pathway  - a new anti-metastatic and epigenetic therapy for ovarian cancer

Targeting the Wnt signalling pathway - a new anti-metastatic and epigenetic therapy for ovarian cancer

Ovarian cancer is a difficult disease to treat, because often women are diagnosed at an advanced stage of the disease. We will investigate a number of genes involved in ovarian cancer in order to identify one that could act as a signal for early detect...
Dr George Khut

Dr George Khut

Dr George Poonkhin Khut is an artist and interaction-designer working across the fields of electronic art, design and health.

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Dr Meg Mumford

Dr Meg Mumford

I am a Senior Lecturer in Theatre and Performance Studies at UNSW.  I specialise in modern and contemporary German theatre, and have an ongoing research interest in socially-engaged performance.  My research focuses on the way in which theatre wri

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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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Mr Elia Julian Vecellio

Mr Elia Julian Vecellio

BPsych(Hons) MSc(Research)

Elia Vecellio is a Research Assistant in the Centre for Health Systems and Safety Research.

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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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Professor James Donald

Professor James Donald

James Donald became Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at UNSW in 2007, having been appointed Professo

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Associate Professor Wendy Susan Shaw

Associate Professor Wendy Susan Shaw

Contemporary research field of whiteness in postcolonial Australia and Indigenous geographies; theoretical debates about identity, specifically concerning urbanism and urbanity, gentrification and cosmopolitanism, and the complex realities of (pos

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Associate Professor Mark Tanaka

Associate Professor Mark Tanaka

Research interests

  • Evolution of bacteria and viruses
  • Mathematical biology and model-based statistical inference
  • Molecular epidemiology and population genetics of pathogens
  • Cultural evolution and the interaction between behaviour and disease

Education

  • PhD  Stanford University
  • BSc (Hons) University of Sydney

Professional history

  • Senior Lecturer, UNSW, 2007-2011
  • Lecturer, UNSW,  2002-2007

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Professor Neil Alastair Warren

Professor Neil Alastair Warren

Neil Warren is a Professor of Taxation and Head of School from 2006 to 2009.

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