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Dr Stephen Palmer

Dr Stephen Palmer

Research Interests: Understanding the role of the gene GTF2IRD1 in brain development and human behaviour and its contribution towards the characteristic features of Williams-Beuren syndrome.

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Dr Jinxia Zhu

Dr Jinxia Zhu

Jinxia Zhu is a lecturer in the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies at the University of New South Wales.

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Dr Peter Arthur Balint

Dr Peter Arthur Balint

Dr Peter Balint is a Senior Lecturer in International & Political Studies at UNSW Canberra. He has a PhD in Politics & International Relations (2009) and a B.A.(Hons) in History & Philosophy of Science from UNSW.

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Dr Ingrid Alida Van Beek

Dr Ingrid Alida Van Beek

Research Interests:
Factors influencing the transition to injecting drug use; HIV, hepatitis B and C prevention among injecting drug users; heroin overdose prevention.

Dr Christina Marel

Dr Christina Marel

Dr Marel is a Research Fellow at the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre, and a member of the NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Mental Health and Substance Use (CREMS).

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Professor Philip Hogg

Professor Philip Hogg

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Professor Laura Poole-Warren

Professor Laura Poole-Warren

Professor Poole-Warren was awarded a PhD  degree from the University of New South Wales in 1990 and held various appointments at UNSW after joining the academic staff in 1995.

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Dr Lisa Maree Trahair

Dr Lisa Maree Trahair

Although I have taught in Film Studies for the last 15 years, my Honours and Doctoral degrees were in the discipline of Art History and Theory, and my interest in film continues to be in understanding the cinematic image.

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Emeritus Professor Graham James Davies

Emeritus Professor Graham James Davies

 

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At the moment I’m working in two different technical areas:

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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 Krystyna Elzbieta Wilk

Dr Krystyna Elzbieta Wilk

Dr Krystyna E. Wilk is a Lecturer in the Department of Biophysics in the School of Physics at UNSW. For further information please visit Dr Wilk's School Profile.

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Scientia Professor Philip Bowden Mitchell

Scientia Professor Philip Bowden Mitchell

Research Interests: "High risk" longitudinal study of young people at genetic risk for bipolar disorder. Molecular genetics of bipolar disorder. Treatment of bipolar disorder - psychological and pharmacological.

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Dr Simone Van Es

Dr Simone Van Es

Qualifications: MBBS (Syd), FRCPA, Grad Dip Med (Sexual Health), Cert FPA

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Dr Alyce McGovern

Dr Alyce McGovern

Dr Alyce McGovern is a Senior Lecturer in Criminology, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW, Sydney, Australia.

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Mrs Alana Michelle Maurushat

Mrs Alana Michelle Maurushat

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.

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Dr Dewei Chu

Dr Dewei Chu

Professional Experience:

•ARC Future Fellow, The University of New South Wales, 10/2014~
•Senior Lecturer, The University of Technology, Sydney, 03/2014-09/2014
•Australian Postdoctoral Fellow (APD), The University of New South Wales, 04/2011-03/2014
•Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellow, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 11/2010-03/2011
•Postdoctoral Researcher, National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST), Japan, 07/2008-10/2010

Education:

•Ph.D (Shanghai Institute of Ceramics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, July 2008)

Research Contributions:

•Oxide nanomaterials
•Nanoelectronics, including random access memories, transparent thin film transistors, and electric double layer transistors, etc.
•Functional ceramics
•Energy storage materials and devices
•Ink-jet printed nanodevices

Teaching Contributions:

MATS3001

Honours, Awards and Memberships:

•ARC Future Fellowship from Australian Research Council, 2014-2018
•ARC Postdoctoral (APD) Fellowship from Australian Research Council, 2011-2014
•Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Postdoctoral Fellow, 2010-2011
•Dongsheng Yan Scholarship for outstanding students of SICCAS, 2007

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Mr Jake Arish Rance

Mr Jake Arish Rance

Jake is an early career researcher (ECR) with a disciplinary background in social anthropology, political science and cultural studies.

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