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Professor James McAuley

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Clinical Sciences, Rehabilitation and Therapy (excl. Physiotherapy)
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Professor James McAuley is a psychologist in the School of Health Sciences.
Professor Ken Ho

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Endocrinology, Medical Physiology not elsewhere classified, Nutritional Physiology, Metabolic Medicine
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I graduated from the Sydney University in 1974, completed specialty training in endocrinology in 1984, undertook a Doctor of Medicine degree at the Garvan Institute in 1984 followed by post-do
Professor Jessica Grisham

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology
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Jessica Grisham is an academic clinical psychologist and Professor in the School of Psychology at UNSW Sydney.
Dr Kristin R Laurens

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Community Child Health, Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy), Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology), Developmental Psychology and Ageing, Epidemiology
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I am an Adjunct Associate Professor in Psychiatry at UNSW Sydney, and Associate Professor and ARC Future Fellow in the School of Psychology and Counselling at the Queensland University of Tech
Dr Nicola Jane Lee

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Neurobiology, Endocrinology
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Dr Lee is a Senior Research Officer in the Eating Disorders Group at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research.
The roles of heparan sulphate proteoglycans in tissue development and repair

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This project investigates the structures of heparan sulphate proteoglycans that control the tissue development and aging including liver, heart, kidney, palate and brain by studying genetically modified mice.