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Recently completed and ongoing research includes:
2009-10: Promoting gender equality and ending violence against women (with Claire Maxwell, Institute of Education University of London), Womankind funded
I lead the Behavioural Neuroscience lab in the School of Psychology. Our primary goal is to map and understand the specific brain circuits controlling learning and motivation.
Diana is an artist, writer and researcher based in Sydney. She is a founding member of artist collective Brown Council who have most recently presented their work at the Museum of Contemporary
Arghya's research is primarily in two areas: industrial organization and international trade.
Jeffrey Knapp joined the School early in 2007. He had previously been lecturing at Macquarie University, while providing part-time consultancy to the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia.
I am Senior Lecturer in Linguistics (in the School of Languages and Linguistics) and my research is focussed on language and migration.
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The aim of my current project is to improve regional climate projections over state of New South Wales, Australia using
My research falls within the realm of coastal geomorphology with a focus on the morphodynamic relationships between waves, currents and sediment transport in the surf zone.
Research: Indian foreign policy; norm dynamics; strategic culture; Australian defence; trust in IR; foreign policy analysis.
Dr Martin Andersen is a Senior Lecturer with the Water Research Laboratory and School of Civil and Environmental Engineering
Helen Pringle is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.
Research Interests:In the field of large international clinical trials, of immune-based therapies and new therapeutic strategies for the treatment of HIV-1-infection in the developed and developing world.
Carlo joined the School of Aviation in late 2010. He has an Undergraduate Honours degree in Psychology from the University of Newcastle, and a PhD in Psychology from the University of New South Wales.
Statistical Mechanics and Dynamical Systems
Dane is a Senior Lecturer and ARC Future Fellow in the School of Physics, Faculty of Science at UNSW.
Claude Sammut is a Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at theUniversity of New South Wales and Head of the Art
Research Interests: The epidemiology of cancer in immunodeficient populations, including people with primary and acquired immunodeficiency.
Research Interests: Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease with a dismal prognosis. The five-year survival rate is less than 5% and most patients die within a few months of diagnosis.
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