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Dr John Connor

Dr John Connor

Dr John Connor is a Senior Lecturer in history in the School of Humanities and Social Sciences (HASS), UNSW Canberra.

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Professor Michael George Cowling

Professor Michael George Cowling

RESEARCH INTERESTS
Harmonic Analysis, Lie Groups, Algebraic Groups, Representation Theory, Partial Differential Equations, Differential Geometry. 
 
TEACHING DUTIES
MATH1241 (Calculus and Algebra), MATH5785 Geometry 

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Dr Sarah Lilian Pett

Dr Sarah Lilian Pett

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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.

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Associate Professor Glenda Lee Lawrence

Associate Professor Glenda Lee Lawrence

Research Interests:
1. Applied epidemiological research and analysis of routinely collected surveillance data for evaluation of immunisation programs.

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Laterally spreading tumours of the colorectum: an alternative pathway of colorectal cancer development in the Western world

Laterally spreading tumours of the colorectum: an alternative pathway of colorectal cancer development in the Western world

Colorectal cancer develops from precursors called adenomas. Mostly, these grow out from the wall of the bowel to form polyps, which are easily seen at colonoscopy, and well researched. However, some adenomas are flat, and spread sideways to form latera...
Mr Laurence Laurencio Delina

Mr Laurence Laurencio Delina

Laurence is a scholar on environmental governance, climate mitigation, and global sustainability. 

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Associate Professor Karyn Lynne Lai

Associate Professor Karyn Lynne Lai

Dr Karyn Lai is Associate Professor of Philosophy in the School of History and Philosophy. Karyn Lai’s primary research area is in early (pre-Qin) Confucian and Daoist philosophies. Her books include Learning from Chinese Philosophies (2006.

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Visualisation for Community Engagement - North Parkes Mines.

Visualisation for Community Engagement - North Parkes Mines.

360 Degree Visualisation Module Development for Community Engagement
Mrs Chandni Joshi

Mrs Chandni Joshi

Chandni is involved in research and evaluation on Health Literacy, Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease, Refugee Health and Indigenous Health at the Centre for Primary Health Care and Equity, UNSW Australia.

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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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Dr Hemant Kumar Singh

Dr Hemant Kumar Singh

Dr. Hemant Kumar Singh completed his PhD from UNSW Canberra in 2011 and B.Tech in Mechanical Engineering from IIT Kanpur in 2007. He currently holds Lecturer position in the School of Engineeering and IT, UNSW Canberra campus.

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Emeritus Professor Rosalyn Diprose

Emeritus Professor Rosalyn Diprose

Areas of philosophical research expertise include: Nietzsche, 20th Century European philosophy and existential phenomenology (especially Merleau-Ponty, Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, Arendt) and feminist philosophy (sexual difference

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Professor Paul J Hazell

Professor Paul J Hazell

Paul Hazell is a Professor of Impact Dynamics in the School of Engineering and Information Technology (SEIT) at UNSW Canberra.

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Mr Henri Fakhri Baz

Mr Henri Fakhri Baz

 

 

Reservoir Engineer (Research Associate) at the School of Petroleum Engineering

 

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Level 1: I use engineering to explain how carbon dioxide is trapped safely underground.

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Dr Monika Wadolowski

Dr Monika Wadolowski

Monika Wadolowski joined the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) in March 2010.  Monika managed an ARC-funded longitudinal cohort study investigating the impact of the parental supply of al

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Professor H Robert Robert Yang

Professor H Robert Robert Yang

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Our long-term research interests focus on two fundamental yet emerging areas in cell and medical biology:

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