Post-doctoral researcher in molecular biology, with extensive laboratory experience, well developed written and oral communication skills, time management skills, and a strong team spirit. I’m seeking to utilise my knowledge and experience to make a positive contribution in solving health related biological problems.
Pavel is Professor of Petroleum Engineering at the University of Adelaide. He authors a seminal book on reservoir engineering and 220 papers in international journals and SPE. His research covers waterflood, formation damage and EOR. He holds MSc in Applied Mathematics, PhD in Fluid Mechanics and DSc in Reservoir Engineering, all from Moscow Gubkin Oil-Gas University. In 1991-1994 Pavel was a Visiting Professor at Delft University of Technology and at Imperial College of Science and Technology. He boasts 40-year industrial experience in Russia, Europe, Brazil and Australia.
I am undertaking a PhD under the supervision of Professor Nicholas Burns and Dr Irina Baetu that is investigating the relationship between genetics, event-related potential parameters, and neural indices of behavioural performance and executive cognitive functions, specifically response inhibition.
My Honours thesis reported differential effects of transcranial direct current stimulation to the human motor cortex on physiological and cognitive indices of neuroplasticity.
Joanna is a Visiting Research Fellow at Adelaide Medical School, supervised by Professor Mark Hutchinson, Director, Centre for Nanoscale Biophotonics.