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Ms Alyssa Lyn Rothwell

Ms Alyssa Lyn Rothwell

Alyssa Rothwell is an artist animator based in Sydney, working with a range of digital and traditional fine art media to create animated artworks. Her work has appeared in many exhibitions and prizes.

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Dr Marina Yue Zhang

Dr Marina Yue Zhang

Dr Zhang joined the School of Business at The University of New South Wales (UNSW), on its Canberra campus, in July 2013.

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Professor Chris Evans

Professor Chris Evans

Chris Evans is Professor of Taxation and former Head of the Australian School of Taxation (Atax). He specialises in comparative taxation, capital and wealth taxation, tax law and administration, tax policy and reform.

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Professor Adam Jaffe

Professor Adam Jaffe

Qualifications: BSc (Hons) MD FRCP FRCPCH FRACP

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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 Danyang Wang

Dr Danyang Wang

ABOUT ME

Professional Experience

  • Vice-Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Materials Science and Engineering, The University of New South Wales 2009-
  • Postdoctoral Fellow, Materials Research Division, Risø Na

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Dr Emma Alice Jane

Dr Emma Alice Jane

Dr Emma Jane (previously known as Emma Tom) is a senior lecturer in media at the University of New South Wales, as well as an award-winning writer and broadcaster.

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Dr Julie Hatfield

Dr Julie Hatfield

PhD (Psychology), University of Sydney , 2000
Hons (Psychology, Class I), University of Sydney , 1996
BA, University of Sydney , 1994

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Associate Professor Emma Robertson

Associate Professor Emma Robertson

Associate Professor Emma Robertson researches across two distinct areas. In her teaching she investigates theories of mapping, and new developments in creative thinking processes as applied to drawing, design and other disciplines.

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Dr Christopher An

Dr Christopher An

Broad Research Areas:
Dermatology, Diabetes, Community Medicine, Psychiatry, Population Health

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Dr Helen Pringle

Dr Helen Pringle

Helen Pringle is a Senior Lecturer at the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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Dr Rob Nicholls

Dr Rob Nicholls

Dr Rob Nicholls is a researcher at UNSW Law investigating systemic risks in the structure and regulation of a part of the finance sector.

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Dr Malcolm Ross Kinsella Ryan

Dr Malcolm Ross Kinsella Ryan

Dr Malcolm Ryan is an Aus Research Fellow (ARC) with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. His research interests include:

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Dr Jonathan Harry Erlich

Dr Jonathan Harry Erlich

 Dr Erlich work has focused on how cell signaling via the coagulation pathway contributes to inflammation in a variety of different scenarios.

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Dr Pauline Heseon Kang

Dr Pauline Heseon Kang

Dr Pauline Kang is a Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Research in Orthokeratology group, School of Optometry and Vision Science.

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Dr Christopher James Carmody

Dr Christopher James Carmody

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Professor Fethi Rabhi

Professor Fethi Rabhi

Associate Professor, School of Computer Science and Engineering. My main role is in conducting research projects as well as teaching subjects in Computer Science, Software Engineering and  Information Systems.

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Dr Duane Willis Hamacher

Dr Duane Willis Hamacher

Dr. Duane W. Hamacher is a Lecturer and ARC Discovery Early Career Researcher in the Nura Gili Indigenous Centre at the University of New South Wales.

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Blood component interactions with polysaccharide biomaterials for vascular applications

Blood component interactions with polysaccharide biomaterials for vascular applications

This proposal aims to investigate the way that platlets and the cells present in blood interact with a biomaterial, known as chitosan, which is a bioploymer sourced from the shellfish industry and is made up from a well known sugar, glucosamine.
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