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Can an anti-HIV gene in blood stem cells protect from immune depletion by HIV?

Can an anti-HIV gene in blood stem cells protect from immune depletion by HIV?

Our aim is to mathematically model the impact a new cell-delivered anti-HIV gene therapy can have in suppressing HIV and in protecting the immune system from depletion. It is significant because for the first time a model will be generated describing...
Dr James Tu

Dr James Tu

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Immunotherapy and biomarker for the brain blood vessel abnormalities and stem cell therapy for the spinal cord injury are current research interest.

Associate Professor Amany Zekry

Associate Professor Amany Zekry

Associate Professor Amany Zekry is a clinical academic at St George Hospital Clinical School. She is a Gastroenterologist and Hepatologist at St George Hospital. A/Professor Amany Zekry is part of the research team at the IIRC.

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Ms Clare Janette Grant

Ms Clare Janette Grant

Clare Grant has been involved in the creation of new works for theatre, performance, radio and film for many years.

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Dr Kathy Petoumenos

Dr Kathy Petoumenos

Kathy Petoumenos has interest and experience in observational cohort studies and clinical trials in HIV, Hepatitis C and sexually transmitted infections (STIs).

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Dr Lawrie Brown

Dr Lawrie Brown

Dr. Lawrie Brown is a senior lecturer in the School of Information Technology and Electrical Engineering at the Australian Defence Force Academy (UNSW@ADFA) in Canberra, Australia.

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Associate Professor John Anthony Eden

Associate Professor John Anthony Eden

Qualifications: MB BS MD FRCOG FRANZCOG CREI
 
Dr John Eden is Associate Professor of Reproductive Endocrinology at The University of New South Wales in Sydney. 

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Towards Mike Artin's conjecture

Towards Mike Artin's conjecture

Non-commutative algebra is a rich, classical subject, ubiquitous in mathematics, since non-commutative algebras arise whenever you have linear operators such as differentiation or rotation.
Ms Leah Bloomfield

Ms Leah Bloomfield

Within the broad field of research into education for the health professions, interests center on how the environment influences learning and how to apply these findings when designing and evaluating educational programs.

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Dr Tania Trapolini

Dr Tania Trapolini

Research Interests: In the field of infant, child and adolescent psychiatry areas of particular interest are perinatal mood disorders, attachment and mother-infant based therapies, use of mindfulness-based therapies with children

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Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn

Associate Professor Joanna Mendelssohn

Co-ordinator, Art Administration
Dictionary of Australian Artists Online

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Associate Professor Alistair Sproul

Associate Professor Alistair Sproul

Associate Professor Alistair Sproul is a Photovoltaics Lecturer and the Postgraduate Coordinator in the School of Photovoltaic and Renewable Energy Engineering.

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Associate Professor Anne Philomena O'Brien

Associate Professor Anne Philomena O'Brien

Anne O’Brien is an Associate Professor of History in the School of Humanities and Languages at UNSW.  Her interests in social and cultural history focus on Australia in its transnational context.

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Dr Amael Arguel

Dr Amael Arguel

Amael Arguel is a Postdoctoral Fellow at Centre for Health Informatics of the Australian Institute of Health Innovation. His research work focuses on consumer Health Informatics and the impact of e-Health on patients.

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Multi-scale Strategy to Manage Chloramine Decay and Nitrification in Water Distribution Systems

Multi-scale Strategy to Manage Chloramine Decay and Nitrification in Water Distribution Systems

The proposed project aims to develop multi-scale (from molecular, nano, to process scale) solution to reduce chloramine decay by integrating fundamental experimental science with advanced engineering. The work will generate fundamental knowledge base,...
Professor Michael Frater

Professor Michael Frater

Professor Michael Frater is the Rector of the University College of the University of New South Wales at the Australian Defence Force Academy.

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Dr kylie valentine

Dr kylie valentine

Dr kylie valentine is the Deputy Director and a Senior Research Fellow at SPRC.

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Dr Gail Trapp

Dr Gail Trapp

Dr Gail Trapp is a lecturer in Exercise Physiology in the School of Medical Sciences, UNSW Medicine.

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Dr Pauline Heseon Kang

Dr Pauline Heseon Kang

Dr Pauline Kang is a Post-Doctoral Fellow for the Research in Orthokeratology group, School of Optometry and Vision Science.

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Does obesity have the characteristics of addiction?

Does obesity have the characteristics of addiction?

The number of overweight or obese people in Australia has increased dramatically in recent years, increasing disease risk. The brain responds to palatable food in ways similar to the response to drugs of addiction, and this may explain why people find ...
Mr Allan Maurice Giddy

Mr Allan Maurice Giddy

Director, Environmental Research Initiative for Art, School of Art

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