I am a marine biologist specialising in oyster ecology. The past five years I have been investigating the capacity of oyster habitat to protect coastal biodiversity from the extremities of climate change, conducting my research along the east coast of Australia and in Hong Kong. I am also part of the communications team and research and development working group for Australia's Shellfish Reef Restoration Network.
I am a PhD student in pharmacogenomics and currently supervised by Professor Andrew Somogyi, Associated Professor Betty Sallustio, Dr Janet Coller and Dr Daniel Barratt. I am now participating in a project of tacrolimus pharmacogenomics and I am aiming to find potential genetic predictors for tacrolimus dose as well as acute rejection and nephrotoxicity variance among kidney transplant recipients.
Dr Robyn Davidson joined the University of Adelaide Business School in 2009. In 2016 she was admitted into the Adelaide Academy as an Education Specialist and was appointed the Associate Head Learning and Teaching in Accounting and Finance. Robyn teaches financial accounting and information systems in Adelaide and offshore in Singapore and China. Previously Robyn worked and studied at Flinders University. She has a PhD in electronic commerce, an honours degree majoring in accounting and computer science, and education qualifications.
Aryani Tri Wrastari is currently doing her PhD study in the School of Education at the University of Adelaide. She is a lecturer at the School of Psychology, Airlangga University in Surabaya – East Java. Her major of study is in educational psychology, with specialisation in learning, assessment, and research. She graduated her bachelor degree from clinical psychology in School of Psychology at the Airlangga University, and continued her master degree in Educational Research, Assessment and Evaluation at the Flinders University of South Australia.
Principal interests lie in the areas of flow structure, aeroacoustics and flow control, with application areas being aerospace engineering, wind engineering and sports aerodynamics.
I am a HDR student participating in an interdisciplinary research project with Dr Steven Wiederman (Visual Physiology and Neurobotics Laboratory), Prof. Benjamin Cazzolato and Dr Steven Grainger (School of Mechanical Engineering). A mechanical engineer by training, I am currently seeking to use physiological insights into how insects, and particularly dragonflies, see the world and track targets to develop novel visual detection and tracking algorithms.
PhD Candidate, 2017-2020
Supervised by Dr. Irina Baetu and Prof. Nick Burns