I am a Registered Psychologist with Endorsements in Health and Clinical Psychology and am a Board Approved Supervisor. I am currently a Lecturer in the School of Psychology with 12 years clinical experience working across the public sector, not for profit sector and private practice. I teach primarily into undergraduate courses and have research interests in clinical and health psychology, using qualitative and quantitative methods. I am particularly interested in research related to fertility and infertility, cancer, cardiac health, diabetes and migraine.
A member of the Biometry Hub, started an MSc (Biometry) research project in September, 2017, funded by GRDC for 2 yrs and focussed on investigating efficient and novel sampling designs. An active member of the SA branch of Statistical Society of Australia.
Dr Alistair Jukes
Neurosurgery Registrar, Abbie Simpson Skull Base Fellow and Postgraduate Student.
MBBS (Hons) – University of Queensland.
B.LibStud – University of Sydney.
Abbie Simpson Skull Base Neurosurgery Fellow (Neurosurgical Research Foundation).
Neurosurgery Registrar at the Adelaide Women’s and Children’s Hospital and the Royal Adelaide Hospital.
Chengli Shu is a senior lecturer in the Entrepreneurship, Commercialisation and Innovation Centre, University of Adelaide. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois at Chicago. Formerly, Chengli has worked for the University of New South Wales, Xi'an Jiaotong University, and Queensland University of Technology. Chengli held several leadership positions in the Chinese government and a Fortune 500 company for years.
I am currently a provisional PhD candidate in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, supervised by Dr Lynn Ward and Dr Diana Dorstyn. My current interest is in the ways older adults engage in computer mediated communication, and the impacts this has on their social and psychological well-being.
Delphine is the director of the ARC Industrial Research Transformation Hub for wheat in a hot and dry climate. She leads a research group of the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at University of Adelaide focusing on wheat and barley production, genetic diversity and adaptation to low rainfall environments.
Delphine's research interests are in plant genetics, genomics and breeding, with a particular focus on gene function and crop adaptation to environmental stress.