Scott a Clinical Academic for the University of Adelaide Discipline of Psychiatry based in the Central Local Health Network and works as a consultant psychiatrist in the Western Community Mental Health Service.
I am a post doctoral research associate in the lab of Professor Andy Lowe, working on plant evolutionary and ecological genomics. My main interests lie in understanding the evolutionary processes that enable species to adapt to environmental change.
I am an epidemiologist in the BetterStart Child Health and Development Research Group within the School of Public Health. I returned to the University of Adelaide in 2011 following a decade with SA Health and a two-year postdoctoral position in the School of Social and Community Medicine at the University of Bristol.
Lecturer, researcher and consultant in system dynamics and control, including vibro-acoustics, finite element analysis & modal analysis.
Tim Cavagnaro is an Associate Professor and Future Fellow in the School of Agriculture, Food and Wine, The University of Adelaide. His teaching and research interests are in soil ecology and plant biology. Members of his research group investigate the impacts of land management and environmental change on soil microbial communities, nutrient cycling and plant growth and nutrition. Ultimately, the goal of Tim’s research is to help to increase global food production in a sustainable manner. You can learn more about this research at soilecology.org
Professor Robert Casson MB,BS (Hons), M.Biostatistics, DPhil, FRANZCO is the Head of the Discipline of Ophthalmology and Visual Science at Adelaide University. He is an internationally recognized ophthalmic clinician/scientist with special interests in glaucoma, retinal cell biology, neuroprotection, ophthalmic epidemiology and translational ophthalmic research.
I am a moral philosopher and health policy researcher who works mostly at the interface of ethics and health economics. I am interested in discussions about the nature of goodness, in how those discussions are best pursued, and in letting those discussions improve the thinking that informs decisions made by health care practitioners and policy makers, especially on questions of resource allocation.
I am currently pursuing a Combined Ph.D. and Master of Psychology (Clinical). I am under the supervision of Dr. Michael Proeve and Assoc Prof Rachel Roberts, with external consultation from Dr. Matthew Smout.