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Dr Anthony Simon Don

Dr Anthony Simon Don

Research Interests: My research group uses sophisticated tools in biochemistry and molecular and cellular biology to investigate the control of physiology and pathology by small molecule metabolites, particularly lipid signalling

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Sustainable Panel Materials for the Built Environment

Sustainable Panel Materials for the Built Environment

Novel sustainable panel materials based in underused local agricultural and forestry by-products, bonded with non toxic, and renewable resins.
Dr John Kalaitzis

Dr John Kalaitzis

Professional Experience

  • 2007 - (ongoing): Research Associate - School of Biotechnology & Biomolecular Sciences (UNSW), Sydney, Australia
  • 2006-2007: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego, USA
  • 2004-2005: School of Chemistry - University of Melbourne, Australia
  • 2001-2004: College of Pharmacy - University of Arizona, USA

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Associate Professor Gary Mayer Velan

Associate Professor Gary Mayer Velan

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My research is based on educational innovations, including Web-based assessments, virtual microscopy adaptive tutorials, pathogenesis maps, and their effect upon learning outcomes in medical education.

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Associate Professor Jason Grebely

Associate Professor Jason Grebely

Jason's training and research is based in the field of epidemiology, with a specific focus on clinical epidemiology.

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Dr Rita Henderson

Dr Rita Henderson

Dr Rita Henderson, Senior Lecturer, School of Chemical Engineering

 

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Level 1: I am interested in process engineering that tackles sustainable water and energy supply solutions.

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Ms Nagisa Fukui

Ms Nagisa Fukui

Nagisa Fukui is a Lecturer of Japanese Studies at the University of New South Wales, Australia.

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Reimagining the Cultural Archetype of the Fall in Modernist Poetry

Reimagining the Cultural Archetype of the Fall in Modernist Poetry

This project will be the first major investigation of the poetics of the Fall in modernism. It will show how the need to conceive modern life as fallen, and the painful inability to offer salvation, determined the development of modernist poetry.
Dr Bram Hoex

Dr Bram Hoex

Doctor Bram Hoex was born and educated in the Netherlands. After graduating in Applied Physics from the Eindhoven University of Technology (TU/e). In 2003 he started his PhD research in the field of solar energy at the same university.

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Mr Raymond Colin Lewis

Mr Raymond Colin Lewis

Research Experience

  • 3-D Auditory Cockpit Displays
  • Publications: Co-authored Crew Resource Training Manual for new Airline Pilots.

Teaching Experience

  • Senior Lecturer

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  • Professional Airline Pilot 1970 - 2000 First Officer (Copilot) on: Fokker Friendship (F27); DC4 - Carvair; Electra (L188A); Boeing 727 (100 and 200 series) Captain on: F27; Douglas DC9; Boeing 727 and Airbus A320

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Professor David Black

Professor David Black

Born 1938. Research Associate at Columbia University 1963 - 1964. Appointed Lecturer at Monash University 1965, promoted to Senior Lecturer 1971, Reader 1975.

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Dr Leon Jiang

Dr Leon Jiang

PhD University of New South Wales Australia; MBA Webster University USA; Bachelor of Economics Beijing University of Technology and Business PRC

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Professor Paul G Patterson

Professor Paul G Patterson

Prior to joining the teaching profession, Paul held management and marketing positions in the banking, telecommunications, marketing research and public sectors, and later with an international management consultancy firm.

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