Dr Witold Bloch is a Ramsay research fellow at the University of Adelaide, School of Physical Sciences. One of his research focuses involves using metal-organic cages for the development of novel porous nanomaterials. The applications that this research aims to address include gas storage and separation as well as heterogeneous catalysis.
Higher Degree by Research Candidate 2017
Professor Anna Chur-Hansen
Dr Melanie Turner
Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy for the Treatment of Anxiety and Depression in the Elderly: Psychiatrists’ Perspectives of Best Practice
Dr Sarbin Ranjitkar
BDS, BScDent (Hons), PhD
University of Adelaide , Adelaide · Adelaide Dental School
Proven leadership and management skills in senior roles in higher education and entertainment industry. Dynamic, mature, self-starter with outstanding communication and people skills. Australian citizen with 25 years of experience of which 10 years in senior management. Successfully established 2 start-ups including leading a media company. Rajeev has a unique blend of international experience, with teaching, film, sports, theatre, book selling and student recruitment experience across several international markets including Australia, India, South Africa, Japan, Singapore and Dubai
Mansoureh is a postgraduate researcher at the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA), School of Architecture and the Built Environment, University of Adelaide. Her research focuses on Persian carpets during the Ṣafavīd Period.
Sareh is a PhD candidate in the Centre for Asian and Middle Eastern Architecture (CAMEA), the School of Architecture and the Built Environment at the University of Adelaide. Her research project is on the Representation of Women in Architectural Spaces in Persian Painting (Late Timurid to Late Safavid/15th-16th century).
As Principal Clinical Psychologist for Southern Adelaide Local Health Network (SALHN) Mental Health Services, I advocate for consumer-focused practice and access to psychology services within public sector mental health settings. I am also passionate about the recruitment, retention, supervision, and training of mental health psychologists within the public sector.
I completed a BSc (Mathematics and Computer Science) at Murdoch University and Honours in Applied Mathematics at The University of Adelaide, while working as a technical draftsperson. I then did a PhD at The University of Adelaide, with a thesis on very viscous fluid flows. I held an ARC Postdoctoral Fellowship (2000-2002) and then obtained a Lecturer position at The University of Adelaide where I am now an ARC Future Fellow and an Associate Professor in the School of Mathematical Sciences.