Researcher Profiles

Associate Professor Paul Jackson

ARC Future Fellow
Faculty of Sciences

Cutting-edge research | Elite problem-solving | Progressive mentoring | Imaginative solutions | Piercing vocals

Dr Aaron Hermann

Visiting Research Fellow
Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences

Aaron Hermann is a Visiting Research Fellow with the Law School and the School of Medicine. He also currently holds positions as an International Visiting Researcher with the Law School at the University of Innsbruck in Austria and the School of Economics at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia.

Dr Caroline Tiddy

Senior Research Fellow
Faculty of Sciences

I am a multidisciplinary geoscientist and have research interests in Geochemistry, Tectonics and Resource Geology. I am currently working with the Deep Exploration Technologies CRC on developing new drilling technologies for hard rock mineral exploration, and on understanding geochemical footprints in cover and basement rocks associated with iron oxide-copper-gold deposits.

Dr Helen Barrie

University Research Fellow
Faculty of Arts

I am a University Research Fellow (2017-19) in the School of Social Sciences and I'm affiliated with the Hugo Centre for Migration and Population Research. I have a PhD in Geography, Environment and Population from the University of Adelaide.

My main research interest is in the field of gerontology with a focus on older people, community connectedness, the built environment and social networks. This work has encompassed examining inter-generational family ties, ageing and migration, age friendly communities, and demographic change in rural and regional Australia.

Mr Andrew Farrer

PhD Candidate
Faculty of Sciences

Andrew G. Farrer is a PhD Candidate at the Australian Centre for Ancient DNA (ACAD). His research looks at how the human oral microbiota (bacterial community) is impacted by cultural and environmental shifts through time, and what this means for health and disease, past and present. He specialises in ancient DNA techniques, recovering the oral bacteria of British individuals who lived during the last 2,000 years.

Ms Georgina Falster

Postgraduate Student
Faculty of Sciences

I commenced my undergraduate studies at The University of Adelaide in 2008, and graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Geology, Ecology and Environmental Geoscience. I continued on to an Honours year, graduating in 2011 with First Class Honours in Geology after investigating the stratigraphic and tectonic history of the Proterozoic Cuddapah Basin.

Dr Firmin Doko Tchatoka

Senior Lecturer
Faculty of the Professions

Welcome to my webpage. I'm a Senior Lecturer at the School of Economics, The University of Adelaide. My research interests are in Econometric Theory, Applied Econometrics, Statistics, and Financial Econometrics. I'm currently working on various topics, including identification problems in structural models, school choice models, mortgage choice in the housing market, time series analysis, network econometrics, estimation of the value at risk (VaR), and applied environmental econometrics.

Dr Mark Dodd

Faculty of the Professions

Dr. Mark Dodd is a Lecturer in the School of Economics. His areas of research expertise include health economics and applied microeconomics. He has published on the topics of body weight, intertemporal discounting, health literacy, and university teaching. His current topics of research also include assisted reproductive technologies.
Mark has been a lecturer at the University of Adelaide since 2010. Currently he is teaching Economic Principles courses for postgraduate students.

Peter Davis

Faculty of Arts

Peter Davis is a classicist who works primarily on political aspects of Latin literature in the early Roman empire. He is best known for his work on Ovid, Seneca's tragedies and Flavian epic. He is currently working on a book on Valerius Flaccus' Argonautica, a poem about the first sea voyage and its moral and political consequences.

Dr Lisa Daniel

Lecturer - Course coordinator
Faculty of the Professions

Lisa has a PhD in Technology and Innovation Management (UQ) and a Bachelor of Science (Botany) with a first class Honours in the field of Molecular Plant Pathology (UQ). With more than a decade of lab experience in biotech' as a research scientist she brings a rich understanding of knowledge sharing and managing new ideas to her research.