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Professor Justin O'Brien

Professor Justin O'Brien

Professor O'Brien is a specialist in the dynamics of financial regulation, with particular reference to capital market governance. He has written extensively on the intersection between regulatory form and ethical considerations.

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Dr Justin Rory Wishart

Dr Justin Rory Wishart


I am Lecturer in Statistics in the School of Mathematics and Statistics.

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The University of Sydney, Doctor of Philosophy

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Dr Hossein Masoumi

Dr Hossein Masoumi

Hossein Masoumi graduated from Tehran University, Iran with Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering in 2007 and completed the level of Master of Mining Engi

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Dr Jong-Leng Liow

Dr Jong-Leng Liow

Dr Jong-Leng Liow is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Engineering and Information Technology at UNSW Canberra.

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Measuring Asian Art's Contribution to Contemporary Culture

Measuring Asian Art's Contribution to Contemporary Culture

This project provides comprehensive analysis of the role played by Asian (and Australian) visual art in understanding how places and communities are transformed by the impact of immigration/migration, displacement, and forms of social upheaval.
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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Dr Brett Robert Charles Molesworth

Dr Brett Robert Charles Molesworth

Dr Brett Molesworth is a Human Factors and Aviation Safety lecturer with the Department. Brett's qualifications include a Bachelor of Aviation (Hons) and a PhD (UWS) where he examined individual's propensity towards risk-taking.

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Dr Carthigesu Thiagarajah Gnanendran

Dr Carthigesu Thiagarajah Gnanendran

Dr Rajah Gnanendran is a Senior Lecturer with the ADFA School of Engineering and Information Technology. His research experience includes:

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Dr Robert Leo Guaran

Dr Robert Leo Guaran

Dr Robert Guaran was the inaugural Head of the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Liverpool Hospital. He has held numerous local, LHD, statewide and national advisory commitee roles.

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Dr Joanna Sutherland

Dr Joanna Sutherland

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Biofilm Factories

Biofilm Factories

Saving Energy with Biocatalysis - Energy efficient production of chemicals avoids high reaction temperatures and pressures. Nature's solution is catalysis by enzymes that operate at mild reaction conditions.
Professor Murali Chandrashekaran

Professor Murali Chandrashekaran

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Statistical and econometric modeling:

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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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Dr Anne Vaughan Hogden

Dr Anne Vaughan Hogden

B.Arts Hons, B Speech Pathology University of Newcastle; PhD, UNSW 

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Associate Professor Jane Baxter

Associate Professor Jane Baxter

Jane Baxter is an Associate Professor in the School of Accounting at The University of New South Wales, having worked previously at The University of Sydney.

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Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell

Scientia Professor Nigel Lovell

Nigel Lovell is currently a Scientia Professor at the Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering, University of New South Wales (UNSW) working in the areas of bionics, biomonitoring and physiological modelling.

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Mr Salih Zeki Ozdemir

Mr Salih Zeki Ozdemir

Dr. Salih Zeki Ozdemir is a Senior Lecturer of Strategic Management at the School of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Australian School of Business, UNSW.

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Dr Rebecca Reynolds

Dr Rebecca Reynolds

Quirky, knowledgeable, fun and friendly lecturer and lifestyle scientist who passionately believes in balance and in evidence-based lifestyle medicine: both prevention and treatment.

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Can technology make communication in complex systems safer and more efficient?  Evaluation of an electronic test management system in health care.

Can technology make communication in complex systems safer and more efficient? Evaluation of an electronic test management system in health care.

Information technology has the potential to make complex systems in industries such as banking and aviation safer, and more reliable and efficient by improving communication between multiple players across different settings. Health care provides an ex...
Evaluating communities of practice and social-professional networks: the development, design, testing, refinement, simulation and application of an evaluation framework

Evaluating communities of practice and social-professional networks: the development, design, testing, refinement, simulation and application of an evaluation framework

The purpose of this project is to produce a rigorous evaluation methodology and deliver supporting tools for the benefit of researchers, policymakers, practitioners and consumers within the health system and other sectors.
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