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Dr Jennie Cederholm

Dr Jennie Cederholm

I have a MSc in Medical Biology from Linkoping University, Linkoping, Sweden, and a PhD in Biomedial Sciences from the University of South Australia, Adelaide. My PhD involved studying the human skeletal muscle chloride ion channel, ClC-1.

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Targeting NPY mechanisms in rodent models of generalised epilepsy

Targeting NPY mechanisms in rodent models of generalised epilepsy

This project will provide important information regarding the pharmacological mechanisms by which NPY acts to suppress seizures in animal models of epilepsy. It will provide strategies regarding potential new treatments of absence epilepsy.
Associate Professor Jinling Wang

Associate Professor Jinling Wang

Associate Professor in the School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

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Level 1: Global Navigation Satellite Systems - GNSS (GPS, Glonass, Galileo, BeiDou System-BDS) and Their Integration

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Dr Rose Leontini

Dr Rose Leontini

Broad Research Fields: Health Ethics, Health Sociology, Sociology of Everyday Life, Social Dimensions of Medicine, Science and Technology, Cultural Studies.

 

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Professor Hodaka Morita

Professor Hodaka Morita

Hodaka Morita works in applied microeconomic theory, where his main fields of interest are industrial organization, organizational economics, inteternational trade and economics of Japanese business.

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Dr George Leu

Dr George Leu

Dr. George Leu completed a B. Eng. (Hon.) in communication systems engineering at the Military Technical Academy of Romania in 2003, a M.

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Altered Myelin Sphingolipid Homeostasis in Alzheimer's Disease

Altered Myelin Sphingolipid Homeostasis in Alzheimer's Disease

Alzheimer?s Disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, and its incidence is rising as the population ages. This project will provide a detailed analysis and explanation for the loss of particular lipid (fat) molecules that are essential for myel...
Associate Professor Kalervo Gulson

Associate Professor Kalervo Gulson

My research program contributes to, and draws upon, education policy studies, sociology of education and social, political and cultural geography.

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Associate Professor Julian Cox

Associate Professor Julian Cox

Julian Cox is the Associate Dean (Education) in the Faculty of Science and is an Associate Professor of Food Microbiology in the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences.

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Dr Laetitia Nanquette

Dr Laetitia Nanquette

Laetitia is a Lecturer and Australian Research Council DECRA Fellow in the School of the Arts and Media.

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Dr Amanda Kearney

Dr Amanda Kearney

Amanda Kearney is a Senior Lecturer of Anthropology at the School of Social Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW. 

Dr. Amanda Kearney is a Senior Lecturer in Anthropology, with research foci based in Australia and Brazil.

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Associate Professor Stuart James Khan

Associate Professor Stuart James Khan

Associate Professor in the School of Civil & Environmental Engineering

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My research encompasses the fate of trace organic contaminants during conventional and advanced water treatment processes, with a partic

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Professor Elizabeth Aureen Fernandez

Professor Elizabeth Aureen Fernandez

Elizabeth Fernandez is a Professor of Social Work at the School of Social Sciences, at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, UNSW. She is the Postgraduate Research Coordinator of the School (2010 to mid-2011).

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Associate Professor Kath Albury

Associate Professor Kath Albury

Kath’s research draws on media studies and cultural studies methodologies to focus on gender, sexuality, sexual ethics and sexual learning.

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Dr Rowan William MacQueen

Dr Rowan William MacQueen

I obtained my doctorate from the University of Sydney in 2014, and joined the Molecular Photonics (MoPho) group (led by Professors Tim Schmidt and Scott Kable) at UNSW shortly afterwards.

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Dr Zoran Vulovic

Dr Zoran Vulovic

Lecturer, School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering

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 Level 1: I am looking into ways of using GPS to determine if there is a structural damage in aircraft.

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