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Ms Michelle Tye

Ms Michelle Tye

Michelle Tye has been involved in a variety of projects since joining NDARC in 2005.

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Dr Ryan James Courtney

Dr Ryan James Courtney

Dr Ryan Courtney is a health behavioural scientist appointed Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre (NDARC) in March 2012.

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Dr Carolin Claudia Birk

Dr Carolin Claudia Birk

Lecturer in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Dr Julian Berengut

Dr Julian Berengut

Dr Julian Berengut is a lecturer and ARC DECRA Fellow in the School of Physics, Faculty of Science, UNSW. Please click on the link below to see Dr Berengut's home page.

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Associate Professor Kimberlie Dean

Associate Professor Kimberlie Dean

A/Prof Kimberlie Dean has recently been appointed Chair in Forensic Mental Health at UNSW, a joint appointment with the Justice & Forensic Mental Health Network.  She has returned to Australia after ten years in the UK at the Institute of Psyc

Professor Anne Cecily Howell Burns

Professor Anne Cecily Howell Burns

Prof Anne Burns began her career in TESOL working as an English teacher in France, Kenya and Mauritius, where she lived for five years. In the 1970s, she set up her own primary and junior high school with another colleague in Mauritius.

Associate Professor Miriam Tania Levy

Associate Professor Miriam Tania Levy

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Professor Judy Motion

Professor Judy Motion

Professor Judy Motion is a member of the Environmental Humanities  at the University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, Australia. Professor Motion has a distinguished research record in communication.

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Dr Wendy Katherine Jarvie

Dr Wendy Katherine Jarvie

Dr Wendy Jarvie is a Visiting Fellow at the School of Business, UNSW Canberra.

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Ms Bernadett Cordelia Butson

Ms Bernadett Cordelia Butson

Bernadett ‘Be’ has been working in the event, display and entertainment industries since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 1998 with a Bachelor of Dramatic Art.

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Dr Ian Cordery

Dr Ian Cordery

Senior Visiting Fellow in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Social Support to Older People with Disability in China

Social Support to Older People with Disability in China

Social support of older people with disability in China has not been researched with social policy analysis. We apply a disability rights framework in four domains ? protection, economic security, social support and participation ? to analyse the relat...
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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Dr Alan McLucas

Dr Alan McLucas

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Measuring Asian Art's Contribution to Contemporary Culture

Measuring Asian Art's Contribution to Contemporary Culture

This project provides comprehensive analysis of the role played by Asian (and Australian) visual art in understanding how places and communities are transformed by the impact of immigration/migration, displacement, and forms of social upheaval.
Dr Adrienne Janet Torda

Dr Adrienne Janet Torda

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There are two main areas of interest. One is in clinical infectious diseases and the other is clinical ethics.

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Clinical Research, Medical Education, Infectious Diseases

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Dr Debra Aarons

Dr Debra Aarons

Debra Aarons currently specialises in the linguistic analysis of humour, focusing on the formal grammatical properties, as well as the pragmatics, of humour.

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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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Dr Gi-Hyun Shin

Dr Gi-Hyun Shin

Dr Gi-Hyun Shin is a senior lecturer and Convenor of Korean Studies in the School of Humanities and Languages, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW.

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