Dr Clemence Due, Senior Lecturer, School of Psychology
My research areas are diverse, but linked by research concerning the health and wellbeing of individuals and families who are considered to be marginalised or vulnerable. Specifically, my research expertise includes the health and wellbeing of the following groups:
◾Adults and children with refugee or migrant backgrounds
◾Children with developmental disorders
◾Gender and sexuality diverse children and their parents
◾People who have experienced pregnancy loss
Zoe is an ecologist with a particular focus on temperate aquatic environments, including marine, estuarine and freshwater systems. Areas of expertise include fish and cephalopod biology, biomineralogy, population ecology and historic ecology.
I am a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology and a registered psychologist with 15 years experience in the public health sector. My teaching and research interests are in the broad areas of injury rehabilitation, clinical and health psychology.
Dr Donnelley is a Senior Medical Scientist and Deputy team leader of the Cystic Fibrosis Airway Research Group at the Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Adelaide.
Belinda completed her PhD in 2009 at the Heart Research Institute in Sydney. In 2011 she was awarded an NHMRC Early Career Training Fellowship to undertake research at the Centre for Vascular Research. Belinda joined SAHMRI mid-way through 2015 as a Senior Post Doctoral Fellow and her current research interests include the effect of lipids and lipid-lowering therapies on the process of vascular inflammation and calcification in heart disease and diabetes.
Dr Linley Denson, M.Psych., PhD, FAPS. will be a Visiting Research Fellow from 2018 onwards. She will not be commencing supervision of new student projects.
Dr Denson is a Fellow of the Australian Psychological Society and a Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology at the University of Adelaide, where she coordinates the Clinical Psychology program. Utilizing qualitative and quantitative methods, her research focuses on psychological and developmental aspects of inter-generational family care, health and lifestyle decision-making, and mental health service utilization.
Dr Deng has been conducting research in Geotechnical Engineering. Research areas include testing and modelling of soils and composite geomaterials, beneficial reuse of solid waste materials, soil consolidation, and electrokinetic remediation and modelling.
A/Prof Adam Deane MBBS PhD FCICM FRACP