March 2006 - February 2017, working at Royal University of Agriculture, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.
March 2017 moved to Adelaide a John Allwright fellow, working "The Impacts of Drought and Waterlogging on Production of Tropical Perennial Forages on Sandy Soil (Duplex Soil)"
I am the co-ordinator of the Master of Nursing Science program and the Internationalisation Lead at the Adelaide Nursing School. I have worked at the in the Adelaide Nursing School since 2009.My clinical background is in child and adolescent mental health and community health. My main areas of practice have been infant, child and adolescent mental health and community health. Before joining the University in 2009, I spent many years working as a senior clinician in both the public and private sectors as well as in the United Kingdom.
Associate Professor Judy Magarey graduated as a Registered Nurse at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in the 1970s and completed a Critical Care Certificate in the early 1980s. Judy worked clinically in the Intensive Care Unit for a number of years and then coordinated the Critical Care Course in 1985. When the Department of Clinical Nursing was established at the University of Adelaide in 1995 she was seconded to helped write the curriculum for and coordinate the Graduate Diploma in Intensive Care Nursing, a role she continued until 2001.
I am an earth scientist who conducts research on the geochemistry of geological and environmental samples. My research broadly centres around the interaction between solid earth processes, such as tectonics and magmatism, with the Earth’s oceans, atmosphere and climate. Specifically, this work involves investigations into continental weathering, sedimentary provenance, sequence stratigraphy, sedimentary basin development, the development and distribution of black shales, ocean redox and the rise of atmospheric oxygen.
Joel is a PhD student in the Faculty of Sciences based at Waite Campus in the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine. His areas of interest are Agroforestry and Natural Resource Management with a focus on understanding tree-crop interactions and water use relations in small holder farming systems. He is also developing interests in conducting interdisciplinary Research studies that integrate social and biophysical knowledge.
Dr Ganija is a University of Adelaide Research Fellow within the Optics and Photonics research group and a member of the LIGO Scientific Collaboration. His research includes the development of high-power near infrared cryogenic lasers for a variety of industrial, remote sensing and defense applications, and for next-generation gravitational wave detectors; and blue lasers for medical applications.