Sal Humphreys began work at the University of Adelaide in February 2009. She completed her PhD on online digital games at QUT in 2005 and subsequently was awarded a 3 year position as post-doctoral research fellow on an ARC linkage grant through QUT.
Associate Professor M. Louise Hull BSc MBChB PhD FRANZCOG CREI
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Associate Professor Louise Hull has worked in fertility services since she graduated as a doctor in 1991. During this time she has been delighted to help many couples conceive, as well as promote the development of improved fertility treatments through research and education.
I use theory and computation to study condensed phase phenomena in chemistry, biology, and materials science on the molecular and nano scales. I am particularly interested in devising ways to control the properties of soft matter for applications in renewable energy, novel functional materials, and drug design and delivery.
Research in my laboratory is focused on membrane transporters and transcription factors involved in abiotic stress tolerance of plants. Our interests are also centred on enzymes that participate in formation of plant cell surface structures. Further, we have created artificial membrane environments mimicking native ones using bicelles, liposomes, lipodiscs and nanodiscs, and used them for functional reconstitution of membrane proteins produced through cell-based and cell-free synthesis platforms.
Professor Gordon Howarth leads the University of Adelaide’s Digestive Health Research Group and was continuously supported by Cancer Council Australia Senior Research Fellowships from 2005 to 2014. He also holds Affiliate Professor status in the Gastroenterology Department of the Women’s and Children’s Hospital.
Lecturer, researcher and consultant in acoustics, ultrasound, thermoacoustics, condition monitoring, finite element analysis, boundary element analysis, statistical energy analysis, modal analysis.
Sophie is a PhD student at the University of Adelaide in the CSSM and CoEPP groups, studying B-mesons in lattice QCD, and contributing to research of B-decay reconstructions as part of the Belle II Collaboration.
In her previous research she investigated cryogenic Er:YAG lasers for future LIGO extensions.
I am a Senior Lecturer in Petroleum Geoscience at the Australian School of Petroleum, University of Adelaide. With my colleague Ros King (Physical Sciences), I lead the Stress, Structure & Seismic (S^3) Research Group; this is a multidisciplinary group of academics, research staff and HDR students working mostly on applied problems related to structural geology and geomechanics in sedimentary basins. Our group has received continuous ARC support since 1997, and our research income is ~$1M/year.
Dr Nicolette Hodyl - MS McLeod Research Fellow