Dr Marco De Anselmo Peres.
Dr Lyrian Daniel is a postdoctoral researcher within the Healthy Cities Research Group, School of Architecture & Built Environment at The University of Adelaide. She was awarded her PhD with the Dean’s Commendation for Doctoral Thesis Excellence in March 2016. With a background in architectural science, her PhD research sought to understand the thermal behaviours and preferences of households living in low-energy dwellings in Australia.
Graeme Dandy is an Emeritus Professor in Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Adelaide. He was employed by the University from 1979 until 2014 and was a Professor from 2000 to 2014. His research interests include the optimization of water resources and environmental systems and the use of artificial neural networks for forecasting water resources variables.
I am a Registered Nurse and Midwife working as a Research Midwife at the Lyell McEwin Hospital for the Robinson Research Institute, University of Adelaide.
My role is to recruit women into the STOP Study, collect data, specimens and data entry.
My PhD is a follow on from my Master of Philosophy project called the Health-e Baby Study, where I was trialing a pregnancy app to evaluate it's use in a disadvantaged population. With the forth coming development of a new pregnancy app, I will be examining its use for my PhD.
Prof Dally has expertise in the general fields of energy and thermo-fluids. He has interest in combustion, concentrated solar thermal, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, CFD and applied laser diagnostics,
Extensive research, teaching, supervising and management experience. More than 20 years of research and teaching expertise in materials engineering, industrial formulation, polymer science, nanobiotechnology and interfacial engineering. Strong science and engineering educational background with more than 120 journal publications associated with an H-index of 36 and citation of more than 4800 times.
Associate Professor Lynette Cusack
Adelaide Nursing School, The University of Adelaide.
Dr Tania Crotti is a research academic in the School of Medical Sciences at The University of Adelaide. She was awarded a BHealthSci (Hons) in 1997 then worked as a Research assistant in the Department of Pathology, University of Adelaide. In 2002 Dr Crotti completed her PhD on the mechanisms responsible for pathological bone remodeling in inflammatory conditions (funded by a Dora Lush, NHMRC Scolarship).
Professor Greg Crawford is a practicing palliative medicine physician and was awarded a Doctorate of Medicine by thesis from Flinders University in 2008. He has clinical responsibilities with Northern Adelaide Palliative Service at Modbury and Lyell McEwin Hospitals. His thesis was “Depression in palliative care in Australia: identification and assessment.”
Dr Prue Cowled PhD
Principal Medical Scientist, RP Jepson Research Fellow, Affiliate Senior Lecturer.
Mechanisms of lower limb reperfusion injury: Role of the neutrophil. Nitric Oxide and reperfusion injury The small bowel as a target for remote damage after lower limb reperfusion injury Models for preoperative prediction of sepsis after open repair of abdominal aortic aneurysms.