University of Western Australia, Biochemistry Lapeyronie
Cardiovascular disease, Inflammation, Oxidative stress, Lipids, Mass spectrometry
Areas of interest:
- Analytical chemistry
- Mass spectrometry
- Lipid metabolism, Nutrition (Omega- 3 Fatty Acids)
- Inflammation, Cardiovascular diseases
- Oxidative stress, antioxidants and biomarkers
My PhD research identifies and analyses ethical issues that arise and in relation to Public Health interventions to address obesity.
As part of of the Australian National Preventative Health Agency (ANPHA)-funded HealthyLaws research project, my research examined the ethical implications of the prevention of childhood obesity with the use of regulation and law.
I am a PhD candidate within the School of Public Health and supervised by Professor Tracy Merlin. My PhD is focused on assessing the feasibility of publicly funding mobile medical applications (MMA) to support healthcare delivery in Australia. I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Adelaide where I was awarded a 2015 University Medal for outstanding academic merit.
Dr Zhou is a senior lecturer at the University of Adelaide. She leads the Pregnancy and Early Childhood Nutrition Research Program at the School of Agriculture, Food & Wine, University of Adelaide. Prior to completing her PhD, she was an obstetrician (qualified in China) and a clinical dietitian. Her research focuses on nutrition interventions in pregnancy and early childhood to improve pregnancy outcomes and the long-term health of mothers and children.
Dr Lynn Ward
Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology
Positive Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Health Psychology
Dr Matthew Stephenson is a Research Fellow within the Implementation Science team at the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI). He is the Academic Lead for the JBI Renal Care node and the JBI Emergency & Trauma node. Matthew has a background in medical science and has experience in conducting literature reviews and systematic reviews, developing evidence summaries, and writing research reports. He has expertise in the synthesis and implementation of evidence to facilitate improvements in health care practice and patient outcomes.
Amanda LeCouteur is Associate Professor, Psychology, at the University of Adelaide, Australia, where she teaches in the fields of gender, research methods and philosophy of science. She has published in the areas of racism, education, gender and health. She also has a long-standing interest in the field of elite achievement, and acts as a recruiting and development consultant in the Australian Football League. Her current research involves analysis of real-life interaction in contexts such as help-line, medical and counseling interactions.
My primary research aim is to map the genetic landscape of neurological disorders, with a view to understanding the basic biology of cognition and to provide an in-road for therapies for these devastating disorders.
My PhD training was centred on the analysis of a transgenic mouse model for the most commonly observed congenital myopathy (nemaline myopathy). This project showed me the value and power of an accurate model to facilitate understanding of the aetiology of human genetic disease from physiology down to the molecular level.
Dr Nengye Liu joined the Adelaide Law School, University of Adelaide as a Senior Lecturer in January 2017. He was educated in Wuhan University (China, LLB and LLM) and Ghent University (Belgium, Doctor of Law). Prior to moving to Adelaide, he had worked in China, Singapore, Germany, United Kingdom and NSW. Dr Liu has published more than 50 articles in fields of international law of the sea and international environmental law.
I am a Professor of Marketing at the University of Adelaide Business School. Moreover, I am a research fellow at the Network for Studies on Pensions, Aging, and Retirement (Netspar) and the Behavioral Finance Working Group (Queen Mary University of London). I am also a senior associate at the Centre for Risk, Banking and Financial Services (Nottingham University).