I am a Ph.D candidate interested in the areas of hydrology, hydrological modelling, field work and data collection.
Dr Bryan Coad is a Senior Research Fellow in the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine. His background is in physical chemistry. His areas of expertise are in bioactive, nano-engineered material surface coatings and biomaterials.
Phd student in wine microbiology, mainly working on biological solutions for wine compound elimination.
Jane Scarborough is a PhD candidate School of Public Health, University of Adelaide. Her interest is in the factors that affect the provision of care by private general practice for patients with conditions which may have stigma attached to them. Jane is enrolled half time in the PhD program and continues to work at Drug and Alcohol Services South Australia (DASSA) as the GP Program-Project Officer. The DASSA role involves working with general practitioners to recruit them to prescribe opioid substitution treatment and to provide support to those that choose to prescribe.
Sam Ridgway is an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture & Built Environment. He has a B. Arch. (Hons) and a M. Arch. (research) from The University of Adelaide and a PhD from The University of Sydney. He is a specialist in architectural construction and design, with over 25 years of experience in research, teaching and architectural practice. He has taught and delivered lectures nationally and internationally including at the Universities of Sydney, Edinburgh, and Hong Kong, at the Washington Alexandria Architecture Center (Virginia Tech) and Carleton University in Ottawa.
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.
Jacinta Greer is a PhD Candidate in the Department of Earth Sciences. Her research is focused on understanding the Holocene climate of North Stradbroke Island in south-east Queensland. Specifically, she is investigating the different ways that past climate can be deciphered using chemical signatures of Melaleuca quinquenervia leaves.
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.