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Associate Professor Carolyn Quadrio

Associate Professor Carolyn Quadrio

Carolyn Quadrio is also in private practice in Forensic and Child and Family Psychiatry, particularly in relation to sexual and intrafamilial violence and Family Law. She teaches individual psychotherapy and marital and child and family therapy.

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Dr Jane Beh

Dr Jane Beh

Dr. Jane Beh completed her PhD in Chemical Engineering, titled "Formation of nano-carrier systems by dense gas processing" at UNSW Australia in 2013.

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Dr Jane XJ Qiu

Dr Jane XJ Qiu

Jane Qui possesses a broad range of industrial experience in China. Prior to beginning her doctoral studies, Jane worked at both private and public sectors in China.

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Ms Darli Theint Myat

Ms Darli Theint Myat

Post-doctoral Research Fellow, UNESCO Centre for Membrane Science & Technology, School of Chemical Engineering

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Dr Therese Margaret Foran

Dr Therese Margaret Foran

Qualifications:  MB BS (Syd), MClinEd, FAChSHM

Terri Foran is a Lecturer with the School of Women's & Children's Health and is the Director of Master Women’s Health Medicine.

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Associate Professor Tracey Rogers

Associate Professor Tracey Rogers

I am interested in biological thinking about behaviour. The common thread of my rather diversified research is the attempt to marry theories and experimental work.

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Miss Julie Ann Kesby

Miss Julie Ann Kesby

Julie Kesby has an BSc (Hons) degree from the University of New England, Armidale (covering the disciplines of Geography, Geology, Chemistry & Geophysics), and a Graduate Diploma in Librarianship from the Canberra College of Ad

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Associate Professor Christina Boedker

Associate Professor Christina Boedker

Christina has over 14 years of research and industry experience with UK, US and Australian organisations.

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Dr Lindsay Kelley

Dr Lindsay Kelley

Working in the kitchen, Lindsay Kelley's art practice and scholarship explore how the experience of eating changes when technologies are being eaten.

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Dr Ngai Ming Kwok

Dr Ngai Ming Kwok

Dr Ngai Kwok is a Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. His research interests include:

  • Intelligent computation

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Professor Thierry Georges Vancaillie

Professor Thierry Georges Vancaillie

Thierry Vancaillie is a Conjoint Professor of the School of Women's & Children's Health.

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Dr Yoon-Jung Kang

Dr Yoon-Jung Kang

Postdoctoral Research Fellow

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Estimating risk of falling in the elderly by monitoring daily activities

Estimating risk of falling in the elderly by monitoring daily activities

This project aims to develop signal processing algorithms to extract features from inertial signals which correlate with current clinical measures of fall risk. The signals are acquired during normal unsupervised movement using a small waist-worn monitor.
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 Roger Wayne Read

Associate Professor Roger Wayne Read

BSc PhD Syd DIC London FRACI JP
Temporary Lecturer, Imperial College, London 1977-1978; University of Auckland Postdoctoral Fellow, Auckland 1979; Senior Tutor, Univ Melbourne 1980-1982; Research Scientist, Materials Research Laboratories 1982-1984. Appointed Lecturer in Chemistry, UNSW 1985. Visiting Scientist, Philipps Universität Marburg, 1988. Visiting Research Associate, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, 1993. Visiting Professor, University of Pittsburgh, 1998.

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Dr Tim Murphy

Dr Tim Murphy

Research Interests: Autoregulation of blood flow is the ability of tissues to control 'local' blood flow in response to changes in systemic blood pressure and the tissue's metabolic requirements.

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Dr Megan Blaxland

Dr Megan Blaxland

Dr Megan Blaxland joined the Social Policy Research Centre in 2007. Her research interest is Australian and comparative family policy analysis.

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Ms Felicity Fenner

Ms Felicity Fenner

Felicity Fenner is the Director of UNSW Galleries. She is a renowned curator of contemporary art, having curated over 30 exhibitions of Australian and international art.

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Dr Stephen Palmer

Dr Stephen Palmer

Research Interests: Understanding the role of the gene GTF2IRD1 in brain development and human behaviour and its contribution towards the characteristic features of Williams-Beuren syndrome.

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Dr Mathew Aidan Sloane

Dr Mathew Aidan Sloane

Dr Sloane is a researcher in the Adult Cancer Program in the Lowy Cancer Research Centre and Prince of Wales Clinical School.

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