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Professor Paul Eggert

Professor Paul Eggert

Paul Eggert is an editorial theorist, scholarly editor and book historian within the broad field of English literature. He is employed as an Australian Research Council professorial fellow at UNSW Canberra.

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Mr Craig Smith

Mr Craig Smith

Craig Smith is the Chief of Staff for the South Western Sydney Clinical School and is responsible for the delivery of UNSW programs at the south western Sydney campuses.

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Reconsidering Australian Media Art History in an International Context

Reconsidering Australian Media Art History in an International Context

This project researches the contribution of Australians to the development of media arts as a global contemporary art practice. By way of dynamic online resources, the project will critically evaluate the significant role Australia has played in the gl...
Dr Margaret Donald

Dr Margaret Donald

After acquiring an honours degree in Mathematics and Philosophy from Melbourne University, and a Master's in Applied Statistics from Macquarie University, Margaret worked for 20 years in applied statistics, firstly with Sydney Water, in the Scienc

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Associate Professor Anne Isabel Cossins

Associate Professor Anne Isabel Cossins

Dr Annie Cossins is an Associate Professor in Law at the Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales.  She is the pre-eminent Australian expert on legal reform in the area of sexual assault and a scholar in theoretical criminology.

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Dr Amit Chanderlal Achhra

Dr Amit Chanderlal Achhra

Amit is a post-doctoral fellow having completed his training in medicine (MBBS), public health (MPH) and clinical epidemiology of HIV disease (PhD, UNSW 2012).

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Ms Jenny Jiyeon Lee

Ms Jenny Jiyeon Lee

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Dr David Ewan Connor

Dr David Ewan Connor

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Focussing on studies on the detection of platelets and platelet-derived microparticles by flow cytometry, procoagulant assays, platelet functional testing and global tests of haemostasis

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Targeting NPY mechanisms in rodent models of generalised epilepsy

Targeting NPY mechanisms in rodent models of generalised epilepsy

This project will provide important information regarding the pharmacological mechanisms by which NPY acts to suppress seizures in animal models of epilepsy. It will provide strategies regarding potential new treatments of absence epilepsy.
Dr Oleh Klochan

Dr Oleh Klochan

Graduated from Ivan Franko National University (Lviv, Ukraine) in 2000 majoring in Physics of Semiconductors (M.Sc. equivalent) PhD in Mesoscopic Physics from UNSW (2003-2007), QED group.

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Professor Michael Thielscher

Professor Michael Thielscher

Professor Michael Thielscher is an ARC Future Fellow and a Professor at the School of Computer Science and Engineering. He is also an Adjunct Professor with the School of Computing and Mathematics at the University of Western Sydney.

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Dr Guy Tsafnat

Dr Guy Tsafnat

Research Interests: I am interested in novel computational discovery methods to support biomedical research and clinical decision support systems.

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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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Associate Professor Claire Melissa Vajdic

Associate Professor Claire Melissa Vajdic

Brief biography: Associate Professor Claire Vajdic is Head of the Adult Cancer Program and Leader of the Cancer Aetiology and Prevention Group. She holds an NHMRC Career Development Award.

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Professor Mark Hoffman

Professor Mark Hoffman

Professor Hoffman is Pro Vice-Chancellor Research of the University of New South Wales, one of the world’s top 100 Universities which focus on engineering and technology. From 2007-12 Prof.

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Associate Professor Orli Wargon

Associate Professor Orli Wargon

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