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Ms Helen Margaret Hodgson

Ms Helen Margaret Hodgson

    Research interests: Tax law; Tax administration and policy; Taxation of trusts; State taxes; Family tax

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    Dr Jonathan Harry Erlich

    Dr Jonathan Harry Erlich

     Dr Erlich work has focused on how cell signaling via the coagulation pathway contributes to inflammation in a variety of different scenarios.

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    Associate Professor Gabriele Cornelia Keller

    Associate Professor Gabriele Cornelia Keller

    Dr Gabriele Keller is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Computer Science and Engineering. Her research interests include:

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    Dr Cindy Gunawan

    Dr Cindy Gunawan

    Dr Gunawan has research interest in the fu

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    Professor Bernard W Stewart

    Professor Bernard W Stewart

    Dr Bernard Stewart is a Conjoint Professor with the School of Women's & Children's Health.

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    Dr kylie valentine

    Dr kylie valentine

    Dr kylie valentine is a  Senior Research Fellow at the Social Policy Research Centre.

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    Associate Professor Claire Melissa Vajdic

    Associate Professor Claire Melissa Vajdic

    Brief biography: Associate Professor Claire Vajdic is a cancer epidemiologist leading local, national and international collaborative studies.

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    Professor Andrew John Brown

    Professor Andrew John Brown

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    Emeritus Professor Rosalyn Diprose

    Emeritus Professor Rosalyn Diprose

    Areas of philosophical research expertise include: Nietzsche, 20th Century European philosophy and existential phenomenology (especially Merleau-Ponty, Levinas, Derrida, Foucault, Arendt) and feminist philosophy (sexual difference

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    Dr Jinxia Zhu

    Dr Jinxia Zhu

    Jinxia Zhu is a lecturer in the School of Risk and Actuarial Studies at the University of New South Wales.

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    Dr Melanie White

    Dr Melanie White

    Melanie White is Senior Lecturer in Sociology & Anthropology with research interests in classical and contemporary social theory and Convenor of the Sociology & Anthropology program in the

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    Mrs Dan Liu

    Mrs Dan Liu

    Thesis topic: Antecedents and moderating influences of customer advocacy

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    http://www.asb.unsw.edu.au/schools/Pages/DaisyLiu.aspx

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    Associate Professor Vivienne Milligan

    Associate Professor Vivienne Milligan

    Vivienne Milligan joined City Futures Research Centre as an Associate Professor and researcher (part time) in August 2008.

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    Associate Professor Susan Best

    Associate Professor Susan Best

    Dr Best has expertise in critical theory and modern and contemporary art, with a particular emphasis on conceptual art, women's art and Latin American art.  She teaches courses on: Theories of the Image; Abstraction; Psychoanalysis and Art; Art, G

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    Ms Selena Joy Griffith

    Ms Selena Joy Griffith

    Senior Lecturer, School of Design Studies

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    Professor Arghya Ghosh

    Professor Arghya Ghosh

    Arghya's research is primarily in two areas: industrial organization and international trade.

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    Professor Chris Evans

    Professor Chris Evans

    Chris Evans is Professor of Taxation and former Head of the Australian School of Taxation (Atax). He specialises in comparative taxation, capital and wealth taxation, tax law and administration, tax policy and reform.

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    Mr Milan Pahor

    Mr Milan Pahor

    Milan Pahor's research interests include C* Algebras, Cross Products, Group C* Algebras, Mathematics Education and Spatial Visualisation.

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    Modelling Brain Activation During Electroconvulsive Therapy

    Modelling Brain Activation During Electroconvulsive Therapy

    Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the most effective treatment for severe depressive disorder, yet the mechanism underlying its therapeutic effect remain largely unknown.
    Dr Richard Pearson

    Dr Richard Pearson

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