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Ms Carly Maree Hush

Ms Carly Maree Hush

Carly is a multidisciplinary designer and founding member of The Fortynine Studio, a collaborative design studio based in Sydney.

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Professor Vaughan Carr

Professor Vaughan Carr

Current Appointments:
  • Professor of Psychiatry and Chair of Schizophrenia Epidemiology at UNSW

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Associate Professor Lucinda Burns

Associate Professor Lucinda Burns

Dr Lucy Burns has been Senior Lecturer within the National Drug and Alcohol Research Centre since 2008.

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Dr Lisa Anne Williams

Dr Lisa Anne Williams

ABOUT ME

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I am a social psychologist whose research explores how emotions shape and are shaped by social processes.

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Dr Michael O'Connor

Dr Michael O'Connor

Qualifications: MD. BS (Hons), MHL (Syd), DCH.DDU.MRCOG (Gold Medal). FRCOG. FRANZCOG.FACLM.

Professor Larry Michael Dwyer

Professor Larry Michael Dwyer

Larry Dwyer publishes widely in the areas of tourism economics, management and policy, with 200 publications in international journals, government reports, books, book chapters, and monographs.

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Dr Sean Edward Kennedy

Dr Sean Edward Kennedy

Acute kidney injury in children; optimising outcomes in adolescents and young adults with kidney disease; renal manifestations of tuberous sclerosis; improving clinical management of congenital anomalies of the kidney and urinary tract.

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Dr Isaac Towers

Dr Isaac Towers

Dr Isaac Towers is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Physical, Environmental and Mathematical Sciences at UNSW Canberra.

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Dr Leesa Ann Sidhu

Dr Leesa Ann Sidhu

My research interest is in the area of Statiscal Ecology. Current projects include:-

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Professor Vanessa Lemm

Professor Vanessa Lemm

Vanessa Lemm, PhD in Philosophy from the New School for Social Research, USA (2002), Master in Philosophy from King’s College University of London, England (1993), Postgraduate degree in Philosophy (Diplome d’Etudes Approfondis) (

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Dr Joanne Travaglia

Dr Joanne Travaglia

Joanne Travaglia is a sociologist with a specialisation in health services research, focusing on the implications of patient and clinician vulnerability and diversity on the safety and quality of care.

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Dr Stefan Felder

Dr Stefan Felder

Lecturer, School of Civil and Environmental Engineering

 

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Dr Nadeem Omar Kaakoush

Dr Nadeem Omar Kaakoush

NHMRC Early Career Fellow

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Dr Sally Suzette Clelland Gray

Dr Sally Suzette Clelland Gray

 

Dr Sally Gray

www.sallygray.com.au

Visiting Scholar (Cultural History)

School of Art History and Art Education

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Dr Mike Ryan

Dr Mike Ryan

Dr Michael Ryan is a Senior Lecturer with the School of Engineering and Information Technology, University of New South Wales, at Canberra.

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Dr Garth Morgan Kendall Pearce

Dr Garth Morgan Kendall Pearce

Dr Garth Pearce is a Lecturer with the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering. He specialises in:

  • Aerospace Structures
  • Advanced Aerospace Materials

His specific research interests include:

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Dr Simon Pinnegar

Dr Simon Pinnegar

Simon is an an experienced senior researcher with interests in metropolitan planning, urban regeneration, and affordable housing policy.

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Professor Neil Alastair Warren

Professor Neil Alastair Warren

Neil Warren is a Professor of Taxation and Head of School from 2006 to 2009.

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Dr Christopher An

Dr Christopher An

Broad Research Areas:
Dermatology, Diabetes, Community Medicine, Psychiatry, Population Health

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Professor Gavan Patrick McNally

Professor Gavan Patrick McNally

I lead the Behavioural Neuroscience lab in the School of Psychology. Our primary goal is to map and understand the specific brain circuits controlling learning and motivation.

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Estimating risk of falling in the elderly by monitoring daily activities

Estimating risk of falling in the elderly by monitoring daily activities

This project aims to develop signal processing algorithms to extract features from inertial signals which correlate with current clinical measures of fall risk. The signals are acquired during normal unsupervised movement using a small waist-worn monitor.
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