Craig Liddicoat is a PhD student in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Craig's main research interest is in emerging environmental drivers of human health. In particular, the role that exposure to (and loss of) biodiversity in landscapes, vegetation and soils may play in developing immune fitness and predisposition to both infectious and non-infectious diseases.
Sarah is a research assistant in the Department of Production of Animal Health for School of Animal and Veterinary Sciences at the University of Adelaide. Sarah's research interests are in microbiology and molecular biology, she brings enthusiasm and a wide variety of skills to the team.
Professor Michael Horowitz was appointed to a Personal Chair at the University of Adelaide in 1995 and has been the Director of the Endocrine and Metabolic Unit at the Royal Adelaide Hospital since 1997. His research activities are almost exclusively clinically based and relate primarily to gastrointestinal motor, sensory, and hormonal function, particularly in the context of diabetes mellitus, appetite regulation, critical illness and aging.
Anneka Bowman has extensive experience in management of clinical trials both within Adelaide and across Australia. She completed her Bachelors degree in reproductive health at the University of Adelaide and then went on to complete a graduate certificate and masters degree in Research Management and Commercialisation.
I have a particular interest in the use of research methodologies and statistical analyses in order to reach a broader understanding of normal and anomalistic psychology.
Ph.D. student, School of Mechanical Engineering, The University of Adelaide
I am a Research Fellow in the Computer Science Education Research Group. I have qualifications in Education and expertise in Computer Science Education, Teacher Training and Educational Technology. I have collaborated extensively with various stakeholders across industry, education, and government to deliver education and research initiatives. I receive invitations to contribute expertise and presentations toward a broad range of communities, including Computing, Higher Education, Teacher Education, government, industry and community associations.
Blagojce Jovcevski completed his PhD at the Illawarra Health and Medical Research Institute and the University of Wollongong in 2017, under the supervision of Assoc. Prof. Heath Ecroyd and Dr. Andrew Aquilina. His PhD project focused on studying the structure-function relationship of small heat-shock proteins, which are associated with numerous degenerative diseases, using native mass spectrometry.