Professor Simon C Barry
I have developed a collaborative research program in the discipline of Paediatrics which has both a basic science and a translational component. This allows me to undertake gene discovery and functional validation in vitro and then access human clinical material to determine whether there is a causal link with disease. I run a grant funded research group within the Robinson Research Institute, and. I currently have a group of 5 staff and 3 students working on three projects.
Katie Barclay is a Senior Research Fellow in the ARC Centre for Excellence in the History of Emotions, and Department of History. She is a graduate in Economic and Social History at the University of Glasgow, where she completed her undergraduate degree, Masters and PhD. Before joining the University of Adelaide, she held a Research Fellowship in the Institute of Irish Studies, Queen’s University, Belfast. Between 2008 and 2010, she worked as a Research Fellow at the University of Warwick on a project, run jointly with Queen’s, ‘Marriage in Ireland, 1660-1925’.
I am a PhD Candidate in Associate Professor David Paton's ecology lab group. My research aims to identify factors influencing the reintroduction success and population persistence of brushtail possums in the semi-arid zone. My co-supervisors are Dr Katherine Moseby (UoA) and Robert Brandle (DEWNR).
BDS. MHSM(Hons). PhD. AFCHSM.
Paul Babie holds a Personal Chair of Law in the Adelaide Law School of The University of Adelaide and is Director of the Law and Religion Project of The University of Adelaide Research Unit for the Study of Society, Ethics and Law (RUSSEL) (which he founded in 2007). He is currently Associate Dean of Law (International) of the Adelaide Law School and Associate Dean (International) of the Faculty of the Professions.
Jodie is currently a University Research fellow with the centre for Traumatic Stress Studies and a Postdoctoral Research Fellow with the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (Previously Senior Research Associate / Epidemiologist with Population Research and Outcome Studies), Robinson Research Institute, School of Medicine. Previously she was a Research Fellow in Restorative Care and Ageing at Flinders University. After completing degrees in Arts (Politics and Psychology) and Medical Radiations, Jodie moved to Public Health.
Jeremy is an evolutionary biologist working in the fields of ancient DNA, molecular ecology, conservation genetics and forensic biology. He received his PhD from the University of Tasmania in 1995 and has held postdoctoral research positions at the Natural History Museum (London), University of Queensland (Brisbane), Museum Victoria (Melbourne) and the University of Adelaide. In 2011 he was awarded a prestigious Australian Research Council Future Fellowship and is now a Senior Lecturer in the School of Biological Sciences, and Deputy Director of ACAD, at the University of Adelaide.