Center for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA)
Project Title: Botanic and Poetic Landscapes; A Reading of two Persian Sources on Early Safavid Gardens
Erandi graduated from the University of South Australia (UniSA) and Australian National University (ANU) with a Bachelor of Medical Science co-badged degree in 2013. She was a recipient of the School Leaver’s scholarship for the duration of her undergraduate degree. Erandi has been successful in obtaining two summer research scholarships at UniSA and ANU to expand her research skills.
Van Tai Nguyen was born in Vietnam in 1988. He received the Diploma with Honours in Mechanical Engineering from Belarusian National Technical University in 2013. Currently, He is pursuing Master of Philosophy program at the University of Adelaide. His research interests include exoskeletons, robotics.
Emma is a Senior Statistician at the Data, Design and Statistics Service of Adelaide Health Technology Assessment, School of Public Health. She leads the Robinson Research Institute Biostatistics Facility, collaborating with researchers and applying statistical methodologies to underpin high quality research.
- Establish and characterise a mouse modelling the complete knockout of Iqsec2 to explore the role of Iqsec2 on development and plasticity of the brain.
- Investigate and functionally validate how mutations in IQSEC2 impact resulting protein function and localisation in vitro.
- Interrogate behavioural and seizure outcomes of mice modelling two most common ARX polyalanine expansion mutations.
- Study variants of unknown significance in ARX and IQSEC2.