Dr Jared Campbell is a research fellow in Implementation science at the Joanna Briggs Institute at the University of Adelaide. He is the academic lead for the aged care node and the burn care node. He specialises in systematic reviews and meta-analysis and has a research focus on metabolism and aging.
WCH - Norwich Centre, WCH campus: Joanna Briggs Institute.
Dr. Hong Cai is Lecturer in Chinese Studies at The School of Social Sciences, The University of Adelaide. Her research interests include Chinese dialectology, functional syntax, semantics, pragmatics, historical linguistics, Chinese sociolinguisitcs, discourse analysis, Translation Studies and Chinese Language Acquisition.
She teaches in the areas of Chinese language, linguistics and translation.
My expertise is in the area of plant biology, particularly as it relates to membrane transport and cell wall biology. The main focus of my research is identifying traits that influence cereal crop productivity. For example, I am part of a team that identified a gene in a wild wheat which contributes to salinity tolerance. Using this information we were able to improve the salinity tolerance of modern durum wheat resulting in increased grain yields on saline soil.
Professor Roger Byard AO PSM (BMedSci, MB, BS, MMedSci-paed, MD) holds the George Richard Marks Chair of Pathology at The University of Adelaide and is a Senior Specialist Forensic Pathologist at Forensic Science SA in Adelaide, Australia. He qualified in medicine in Australia in 1978 (University of Tasmania) and became a licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada in 1982 (LMCC).
Associate Professor Lisa Butler
Australian Research Council Future Fellow.
My expertise is in the areas of plant molecular biology and plant functional genomics, particularly as it relates to cell wall biosynthesis, re-modeling and degradation and the impact these biological processes have on end use quality of cereals and biomass. Research in this area is mainly focused on barley as we have access to an excellent genetic transformation system and extensive genetic resources but we are now developing resources in other cereals and Plantago species.
Professor Nicholas Burns.
My research has as a common theme the assessment of subtle changes in cognitive function that arise as a result of, for example, environmental neurotoxins, nootropic supplements, other drugs, or both normal and pathological ageing. More recently, we have begun to investigate the genetics of individual differences in learning; as well as examining relationships between learning and intelligence.
I am a Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Health Sciences at the University of Adelaide. I have extensive experience in the areas of primary health care and health services research, including end of life care and models of primary health care service delivery. I also have expertise in project planning and management, evaluation, survey development and qualitative research methods.
Femke is a leader in online education and curriculum development. She developed and coordinates full online postgraduate degrees in Addiction Studies. She is the program leader for the International Programme in Addiction Studies in Adelaide, which she teaches with King's College London (UK) and Virginia Commonwealth University (USA). She is also the convener for the new Major in Addiction and Mental health of the Bachelor of Health and Medical Sciences.
Jerome Buhl is a Senior Lecturer in Plant Protection the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine at the University of Adelaide. He combines lab and field experiments with computational biology and field robotics to study insect collective behaviour and its application to agriculture and pest control.