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Dr Jesse Cale

Dr Jesse Cale

Jesse completed his PhD in Criminology from Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, 2010.

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Dr Jose Guivant

Dr Jose Guivant

Dr Jose Guivant is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. His research interests include:

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Dr Alex Hay-Man Ng

Dr Alex Hay-Man Ng

Research Associate in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Level 1: I investigate the use of remote sensing techniques for earth observation

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Dr Stefan Felder

Dr Stefan Felder

Lecturer, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

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Associate Professor David Ross Laybutt

Associate Professor David Ross Laybutt

Fields of research: Cell Metabolism, Endocrinology, Gene Expression

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Ms Anna Louise Huggins

Ms Anna Louise Huggins

Anna Huggins is an Associate Lecturer in the Australian School of Taxation and Business Law and a sessional Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of New South Wales.

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Dr Paul Alan Dawson

Dr Paul Alan Dawson

Paul Dawson is a writer of fiction and poetry, and an internationally recognized scholar in the fields of narrative theory and Creative Writing as an academic discipline.

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Mr Peter Wildman

Mr Peter Wildman

My curiosity and affliction of finding pretty much everything interesting has lead me into many ponderous manifestations and collaborations that have found themselves in art galleries.

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Professor Anthony Shakeshaft

Professor Anthony Shakeshaft

Professor Anthony Shakeshaft's principal research interests are in embedding the evaluation of interventions into the delivery of routine clinical health services and into the implementation of population-level interventions, with a particular int

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Dr Samantha Fung

Dr Samantha Fung

The primary pathophysiology of schizophrenia is poorly understood, however inhibitory cortical interneurons are vital to maintaining a healthy balance of excitatory signaling, and their dysfunction is strongly linked to the disease.

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Dr Gaofeng Zhao

Dr Gaofeng Zhao

Senior Lecturer/ DECRA Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering' Centre for Infrastructure Engineering & Safety (CIES)

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Level 1: I investigate dynamic fracturing of rock.

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Professor Elizabeth Anne Sullivan

Professor Elizabeth Anne Sullivan

Elizabeth Sullivan (MD, MPH, MMed (Sexual Health), MBBS, Cert SRH., Cert Executive and Management Development, FAFPHM (Fellow Australasian Faculty of Public Health Medicine)) is a public health physician with 23 years’ of experience at a national

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Modelling Brain Activation During Electroconvulsive Therapy

Modelling Brain Activation During Electroconvulsive Therapy

Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the most effective treatment for severe depressive disorder, yet the mechanism underlying its therapeutic effect remain largely unknown.
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