Professor Gunning completed his PhD at Monash University on gene expression in the nervous system and then spent 9 years at Stanford University working first on neuronal differentiation and then on the regulation of muscle gene expression.
Andrew Dzurak is one of Australia’s leading experts in nanoelectronics and quantum computing technologies. He is the Director of ANFF-NSW, the NSW node of the Australian National Fabrication Facility (ANFF – see w
Boaz Shulruf is Associate Professor in Medical Education. His main research interest is in the area of psycho-educational assessment in higher education, particularly within the context of Medical and Health Sciences Education.
My interests lie within the fields of mammalian palaeontology, taxonomy, morphology, phylogeny, ontogeny and biocorrelation. My area of special expertise is vombatomorphian marsupials (including koalas and diprotodontoids).
Dr Raman is a Consultant Paediatrician whose research and teaching interests include health of migrants and refugees, international maternal and child health, poverty, child rights and child abuse and neglect.