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Professor Colin William Evers

Professor Colin William Evers

Colin Evers is Professor of Educational Leadership in the School of Education (FASS) at UNSW. Prior to that appointment he was Professor of Education at The University of Hong Kong.

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NEU-HORIZONS: The neuroprotection and therapeutic use of riluzole for the prevention of oxaliplatin neurotoxicity study.

NEU-HORIZONS: The neuroprotection and therapeutic use of riluzole for the prevention of oxaliplatin neurotoxicity study.

Colorectal cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer in Australia, with more than 13500 cases recorded annually. Oxaliplatin is an effective chemotherapy for the treatment of colorectal cancer. The major side-effect of oxaliplatin is the deve...
Dr Lesley Halliday

Dr Lesley Halliday

Dr Lesley Halliday PhD (USyd), Psychology BSc (Hons 1), MPH (USyd, completion 2014), is an experienced mixed methods researcher, organisational psychologist and tertiary educator who joined UNSW in 2011.

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Dr Anthony Simon Don

Dr Anthony Simon Don

Research Interests: My research group uses sophisticated tools in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology to investigate the control of physiology and pathology by small molecule metabolites, particularly lipid signalling

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Dr Karen Maree Soldatic

Dr Karen Maree Soldatic

Karen Soldatic is the Program Coordinator, Master of Policy Studies, School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.  

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Dr Leesa Ann Sidhu

Dr Leesa Ann Sidhu

My research interest is in the area of Statiscal Ecology. Current projects include:-

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Mrs Patricia Teresa Strong

Mrs Patricia Teresa Strong

Trish Strong joined the school as a lecturer in July 2008 from the University of Sydney. Trish has lectured in the UK, Hong Kong and Australia at post-graduate and undergraduate levels.

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Dr Craig Michael Johnson

Dr Craig Michael Johnson

Craig Johnson received his Bachelors of Science in Electrical Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, GA USA in 2007.

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Dr David Burke

Dr David Burke

Research Interests: Involved in research looking at the way vascular risk factors and vascular pathology effect the expression of various types of cognitive impairment and dementia, and in ways of preventing and treating these.

Ms Hanghang Candice Tu

Ms Hanghang Candice Tu

Candie joined the School in Feb. 2008 as an Associated Lecturer. From 2006 to 2007 she taught Financial Accounting and Principle of Finance at the University of Adelaide. At UNSW she teaches undergraduate financial accounting.

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Dr John Steele

Dr John Steele

My particular interest is in exact solutions of Einstein's equations and the symme

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Professor Paul Richard Munroe

Professor Paul Richard Munroe

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Head of School - Materials Science and Engineering, 2013 - present

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Professor Geoffrey Laurence Driscoll

Professor Geoffrey Laurence Driscoll

Qualifications: MBBS (Syd), FRCSEd, FRANZCOG, FRCOG, GAICD

Professor Driscoll is the Director of Reproductive Medicine Program and a Conjoint Professor of the School of Women's & Children's Health.

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Dr Jeffrey Francis Kildea

Dr Jeffrey Francis Kildea

Jeff Kildea is an historian, lecturer and author with a PhD in history from the University of New South Wales.

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Mr David Cho Yau Fung

Mr David Cho Yau Fung

Professional Experience

  • 2009-current: Postdoctoral Research Fellow
  • 2005-2010: PhD, School of Information Technologies, University of Sydney
  • 2000-2004: NH&MRC Research Officer, Bioinformatics, Westmead Institute for Cancer Research
  • 2000: Software Tester, BioLateral Pty Ltd, Australian Technology Park
  • 1997-1999: Graduate Certificate in Information Technology, University of Technology Sydney
  • 1996-1999: NH&MRC Senior Research Assistant, Human Genetics, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

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Dr Scott Jason Flower

Dr Scott Jason Flower

Dr Scott Flowers is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Business, UNSW Canberra

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Dr Chris Menictas

Dr Chris Menictas

Dr Chris Menictas is a Lecturer in the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering and leads the School's NATA accredited Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Test Laboratory. He is also involved in collaborative projects with the School of C

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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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