Our People

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Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Conjoint Professor
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Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Conjoint Associate Professor Field: Paediatrics, Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases
Dr Annie Bye OAM is a Conjoint Associate Professor in the Discipline of Paediatrics in the School of Women's & Children's Health. She is a Senior Paediatric Neurologist at Sydney Children’s Hospital and Departmental Head. Memberships: Australian & New Zealand Association of Neurologists Royal Australian College of Physicians Australian College of Paediatrics Australian Child Neurology...
Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Professor
Current Appointments: Professor of Psychiatry and Chair of Schizophrenia Epidemiology at UNSW Consultant Psychiatrist, St Vincent’s Hospital Qualifications: Vaughan Carr graduated in medicine from the University of Adelaide in 1972 and received his training in psychiatry at the University of Rochester (1974-78) and Yale University (1978-80) in the USA. He was appointed Professor of...
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Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Conjoint Senior Lecturer Field: Epidemiology, Statistics
Research Interests:Dr Natacha Carragher joined NDARC in November 2008 and is employed as a Senior Research Fellow. Her research interests include the epidemiology of mood disorders and post-traumatic stress disorder, discriminating between substance-induced and independent major depressive disorder, and the application of latent variable modelling techniques to epidemiological data. She is also...
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Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Associate Professor Field: Neurosciences, Autonomic Nervous System, Cardiology (incl. Cardiovascular Diseases), Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology)
Research Interests    I am a neuroscientist and my main research interest is in the organisation of the brain network that controls the autonomic and behavioural responses to emotional stress (anxiety, fear). I am primarily interested in cardiovascular and thermogenic responses to stress. We work in rats.    Broad Research Areas    Neuroscience Cardiovascular Disease Pharmacology Specific...
Helen Christensen
Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Professor
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Faculty: Faculty of Science Role: Scientia Fellow (Level C) Field: Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology), Neurosciences, Epigenetics (incl. Genome Methylation and Epigenomics)
Dr Kelly Clemens is a UNSW Scientia Fellow in the School of Psychology, Faculty of Science, UNSW.  Research Areas I am interested in why it is so hard to stop taking addictive drugs. Despite knowing that drugs are bad, many people continue their use - they find it extremely difficult to cut down or stop, despite significant health or social consequences. So what is it about drugs that makes...
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Faculty: Faculty of Engineering Role: Visiting Fellow Field: Control Engineering
Dr David Clements has research interests that include: Systems Theory: Fundamental notions of equivalence and the relations between them in linear systems theory. Analysis of non-linear models for control, especially mechanical systems. Numerical Algorithms; Development of reliable, accurate and efficient numerical algorithms for control design. In particular, solutions of Riccati equations and...
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Faculty: Faculty of Science Role: Professor Field: Sensory Processes, Perception and Performance, Sensory Systems
ABOUT ME   Biography The primary research focus of my laboratory is vision, how context affects our perception, and how our visual awareness might be related to the underlying neural processing. Education PhD, University College London, 1994 - 1996 MSc, Sussex University, 1991 – 1992 MA, Pembroke College, Cambridge, 1985 - 1989   RESEARCH   Research Grants 2012 – 2014 National Health and Medical...
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Faculty: Faculty of Medicine Role: Conjoint Professor
Research Interests:The broad research aim is to understand motor control and its disorders in humans, using both normal volunteers and selected patients with well-characterised abnormalities. One major theme is the role of vestibular reflexes in motor control as well as their diagnostic role, a second is understanding the causes of postural instability in neurological disease such as Parkinson's...