With a background of training in Medicine (MD, Hanoi Medical University) and Medical Science (PhD, University of Adelaide), I am a basic and translation cardiovascular/imaging researcher, mastering a wide range of clinical and basic science techniques, and undertaking an overseas research fellowship in Oxford and Norwich, UK, in 2016.
Dr Beatriz Martins is a geriatrician pursuing research in the relationships of frailty and the built environment in elderly people from Adelaide, Australia and Nagoya, Japan. Beatriz completed a Bachelor of Medicine, Residency in Internal Medicine and Residency in Geriatrics Medicine at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
My research interest since I started my PhD at the University of Padua (Italy) has been plant physiology and viticulture. My research focuses on providing tangible outcomes for the wine industry and for growers. To date, I have mostly been engaged in climate change-related research.
Christina Bursill started as leader of the Plaque biology and New blood vessel area in January 2017 at the South Australian Health and Medical Research Institute and as a Senior Research Fellow at The University of Adelaide, Department of Health and Medical Science. She recently received the inaugural Lin Huddleston National Heart Foundation fellowship. Dr Bursill is a vascular biologist with interests and expertise in vascular inflammation, atherosclerosis and angiogenesis.
I am a quantitative ecologist with a particular interest in marine systems. Much of my research is focused on the effect that human activities and environmental change have on the distribution of species, populations and ecosystems - and the impact that this has for their survival and ability to provide ecosystem services.
I'm a senior lecturer and Director of Teaching in Computer Science at the University of Adelaide. My teaching interests are algorithms, algorithmic problem solving, and research skills. I have a strong interest in teaching practices that encourage students to refine their own ideas and skills and to investigate problems that are relevant to their own interests.
M. Ali Babar a Professor in the School of Computer Science at the University of Adelaide.
Bev has worked as a biometrician in grains related research since joining the University in 2006. She has had continuous funding by the Australian Grains Research and Development Corporation (GRDC) through the Statistics for the Australian Grains Industry (SAGI) projects and is currently a program leader within the SAGI III project, Southern Node (SAGI-STH). Her expertise is in the application of advanced linear mixed modelling technologies for the analysis of data from agronomic and plant breeding programs.