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Professor Marie Sierra

Professor Marie Sierra

Professor Marie Sierra joined UNSW Australia Art & Design in July 2014 as Deputy Dean and Head of School. Her immediate past post was as Head of School, Tasmanian College of the Arts at the University of Tasmania.

Dr Josh Wodak

Dr Josh Wodak

Dr Josh Wodak is a transdisciplinary researcher and artist whose work transforms climate science into visceral and embodied experiences of climate change, by metaphorically mapping audiovisual representations of change onto human and non-human lan

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Dr Monica Jane Barratt

Dr Monica Jane Barratt

Dr Monica Barratt joined the Drug Policy Modelling Program at NDARC in 2014 after being awarded a National Health and Medical Research Council post-doctoral fellowship.

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Dr J. Mark Dangerfield

Dr J. Mark Dangerfield

Dr J. Mark Dangerfield joined SPRC in July 2014 as an Adjunct Associate Professor.

Mrs Jane Claire Ferres Edwards

Mrs Jane Claire Ferres Edwards

Digital Content Producer - UNSW Engineering, Marketing

Responsible for Faculty and School online content:

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Dr Grenville John Rose

Dr Grenville John Rose

Grenville's current projects with the Centre for Social Research in Health (CSRH) look at the relationships between identity and recovery in a mental health setting.

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Prof. Kenderdine – Research Activity

Prof. Kenderdine – Research Activity

Keynotes, Lectures, Committees, Catalogues, Reviews, Media
Dr Nicole Yu

Dr Nicole Yu

Nicole joined Professor Knothe Tate's Mechanobiology (MechBio) Team to contribute to their fascinating research into the next generat

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Dr Surendra Karki

Dr Surendra Karki

Surendra Karki is an epidemiologist with academic qualifications in Epidemiology, Public Health, Microbiology and Vaccinology.

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Dr Karen Elizabeth Maras

Dr Karen Elizabeth Maras

Dr Karen Maras, is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Education at the University of New South Wales. As a specialist in Visual Arts education she is Program Convenor, Visual Arts, Media Arts and Design Education.

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Mussel-Inspired Self-Polymerisation Reactions for Enhanced Drug Delivery and Membrane Applications

Mussel-Inspired Self-Polymerisation Reactions for Enhanced Drug Delivery and Membrane Applications

In this project, we are expanding the self-polymerisation reaction of dopamine to new monomeric compounds which incorporate metal-bindng ligands. By introducing ligands directly into the encapsulating shell, enhanced drug uptake should be possible.
Using Robust and Environmentally-Friendly Bio-inspired Polymerisations to Generate Materials with Proton Exchange Applications

Using Robust and Environmentally-Friendly Bio-inspired Polymerisations to Generate Materials with Proton Exchange Applications

This project aims to expand the bio-inspired self-polymerisation synthesis to new applications in the field of proton exchange membrane fuel cell materials. This novel technology can coat a range of substrates using aqueous based systems.
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