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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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Curating Cities: The Social and Ecological Potential of Public Art Practice

Curating Cities: The Social and Ecological Potential of Public Art Practice

This project evaluates the means and benefits of leveraging the arts to address the challenge of eco-sustainability.
Dr Carlo Domenic Caponecchia

Dr Carlo Domenic Caponecchia

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.

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Dr Garth Morgan Kendall Pearce

Dr Garth Morgan Kendall Pearce

Dr Garth Pearce is a Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He specialises in:

  • Aerospace Structures
  • Advanced Aerospace Materials

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Dr Helen Paik

Dr Helen Paik

Dr Helen Paik is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. Her research interests include:

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Dr Sian K Smith

Dr Sian K Smith

I am a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the Prince of Wales Clinical School, UNSW, and Deputy Head of the Psychosocial Research Group, Lowy Research Centre where I hold an NHMRC Early Career Fellowship Award.

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Associate Professor William Leslie Peirson

Associate Professor William Leslie Peirson

Director, Water Research Laboratory

co-Director, UNSW Water Research Centre

co-Convenor of Node 4 Infrastructure within the Australian Climate Change Adaptation Network for Settlements and Infrastructure.

Dr William Peir

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Mr John Allan Waldon

Mr John Allan Waldon

Research Interests:
Indigenous health, developing indigenous community research capacity, public health

Dr Christopher Walker

Dr Christopher Walker

Chris is the Head of the School of Social Sciences.  Chris's research interests are in the areas of policy analysis, regulatory reform and compliance. His PhD examined regulatory reform in the Australian trucking sector.

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Dr John McGhee

Dr John McGhee

Dr John McGhee practicing 3D CGI artist, researcher and senior lecturer based at the College for Fine Arts, University of New South Wales.

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Professor Elizabeth Aureen Fernandez

Professor Elizabeth Aureen Fernandez

Elizabeth Fernandez is a Professor of Social Work at the School of Social Sciences, at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW. She is the Postgraduate Research Coordinator of the School (2010 to mid-2011).

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Dr Rowan William MacQueen

Dr Rowan William MacQueen

I obtained my doctorate from the University of Sydney in 2014, and joined the Molecular Photonics (MoPho) group (led by Professors Tim Schmidt and Scott Kable) at UNSW shortly afterwards.

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A controlled study of bilateral electroconvulsive therapy

A controlled study of bilateral electroconvulsive therapy

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is a highly effective treatment for depression, used in Australia and throughout the world to treat severe depression that has not responded to other treatments. Despite clear evidence of its effectiveness as a treatmen...
Fundamental Combustion and Energy Research

Fundamental Combustion and Energy Research

Combustion, Energy, Renewables
Professor Robert Leslie Deutsch

Professor Robert Leslie Deutsch

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Scientia Professor John Reginald Piggott

Scientia Professor John Reginald Piggott

John Piggott is Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR), and of the Australian Institute for Population Ageing Research at the University of New South Wales, Australia, where he is Scientia Professor of Econo

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The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

The return of the omniscient narrator in contemporary fiction: authorship and narrative authority in the new millennium

In an age of relativism, some of the most important novelists today are reviving a narrative voice long considered an outmoded relic of 19th century fiction: the authoritative all-knowing omniscient narrator. This project delivers the first study of th...
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