I am a lecturer in the School of Public Health. My teaching mainly focuses on health promotion , and I am co-coordinator of the Honours program in the school. Additionally, I am co-coordinator the 3rd year Internship course. I am currently co-supervising one honours and one PhD student.
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukaemia (ALL) is an extremely heterogeneous disease with subtypes of patients exhibiting a diverse range of genetic mutations. Certain subtypes of ALL can be treated with drugs already in clinical use. Laura undertook her Fulbright fellowship (2016-2017) at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee where she learned mouse models of high-risk ALL. She also investigated the functional significance of mutations to the transcription factor MYB, which have recently been identified in T-ALL patients.
Dr Thomas Mackay is a Visiting Research Fellow in the Department of History at the University of Adelaide. He specialises in modern American history, especially the history of American capitalism, the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, and the histories of American social and democratic movements. Additionally, he is interested in twentieth-century Australian history, and general social and cultural histories.
Dr Jean M Winter - Postdoctoral Research Officer, Dame Roma Mitchell Cancer Research Laboratories, Adelaide University - 2017
Lecturer in Nursing, Adelaide Nursing School, The University of Adelaide.
Adjunct Lecturer in Nursing, School of Nursing and Midwifery, University of South Australia.
My main teaching and research expertise is in the areas of public health and nursing in the community. I am also committed to enhancing students' educational experiences by researching and evaluating innovations in nursing education.
I am a Synthetic Organic Chemist with extensive experience in peptide synthesis and electron transfer in peptides. I completed a PhD with the Abell group at Adelaide University in 2015, and since then have been employed as a post-doctoral fellow within the same group. I have also enjoyed an association with IPAS and particularly, the CNBP. My current work involves a number of areas including medical research, and developing photoswitchable sensors for molecular interaction.
Dr Ha is involved in several research activities in ARCPOH. She is currently responsible for annual report of Child Dental Health Survey, the annual national oral health surveillance for children attending School Dental Service in Australia which is funded by Australian Institute of Health and Welfare. She is overall responsible for data management, analysis and reporting data.
I am passionate about conducting qualitative research that generates practical outcomes related to the provision of health care. My research expertise involves exploring the experiences and perspective of receiver and providers of healthcare, as well as examining, through Conversation Analysis, the ways in which health care and advice are delivered in real-life, naturally occurring interactions. I use these approaches within my current postdoctoral research, which focuses on improving the delivery of fundamental nursing care within acute healthcare systems.
I am an MPhil candidate in the School of Biological Sciences. My current project involves further elucidating the role of hypoxia in the development and progression of multiple myeloma.
I was born in Hanoi, Vietnam. After graduating with a Bs. degree in Applied Physics from Hanoi University of Science in 2002 I moved to South Korea to pursue the PhD in Information and Communications from Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology (GIST), under a prestigious IITA fellowship from the government of South Korea, graduating in 2009. My graduate work focused on the development of fibre-optics devices for applications in fibre sensor, fibre laser and all-optical signal processing. In early 2010 I moved to Edith Cowan University (ECU) in Western Australia.