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Dr Anna Louise Hudson

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Respiratory Diseases, Motor Control, Medical Physiology, Neurosciences
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Anna Hudson completed her doctorate at NeuRA and UNSW in 2010, investigating the neural control of the human inspiratory muscles using single motor unit electromyography (EMG) recordings.
Dr Karen Jane Gibson

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Medical Physiology, Reproduction, Nephrology and Urology
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Dr Karen Gibson is a Senior Lecturer in Physiology in the School of Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health, UNSW.
Professor Danny Eckert

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Respiratory Diseases, Medical Physiology, Clinical Sciences
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Dr Eckert is a sleep and respiratory physiologist. His research team based at NeuRA focuses on investigation of various aspects of sleep and upper airway physiology in humans.
Associate Professor Paul MacConachie Middleton

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Emergency Medicine, Epidemiology, Intensive Care, Clinical Sciences, Medical Physiology, Public Health and Health Services, Biomedical Engineering, Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases), Medical Biotechnology Diagnostics (incl. Biosensors), Signal Processing

Conjoint Associate Professor Paul Middleton is a senior specialist in prehospital and emergency medicine, and has worked as part of prehospital trauma and helicopter cri
Modelling Cardiovascular–Rotary Blood Pump Interactions

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Simplified fluid-structure interaction model of ventricular assist flow in the presence of contracting heart wall and aortic valve leaflets. Ventricular inlet (left) and outlet (right) boundaries are shown as white squares, and ventricular assist flow occurs through the outlet at the bottom.