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Professor Mike Brooks Artificial intelligence; computer science; computer vision
Professor Pascale Quester Consumer Behaviour, Marketing communications, including sponsorship, country of origin effects, branding, relationship marketing.
Professor Kaye Roberts-Thomson Public dental health (social inequality in access to care and in oral health); Indigenous oral health; dental auxiliaries
Professor Kent Anderson Asia, Japan, Language policy, international education, criminal justice
Associate Professor Ralph Bayer Behavioural Economics; Experimental Economics; Public Finance; Tax Evasion; Competition Policy
Associate Professor Grant Booker Biochemistry
Professor Annette Braunack-Mayer Medical ethics; general practice; general practice policy and practice
Professor Jennifer Couper Paediatrics; diabetes; endocrinology
Professor Jean Fornasiero French exploration in the Pacific; Baudin Expedition to Australia 1800-1804; French-Australian connections; History of Ideas in 19th century France; Utopian Socialism; Translation Studies; French Detective Fiction
Dr David Haynes Bones; regulation of bone cell metabolism by cytokines; regulation of inflammation by cytokines; loosening of joint prostheses
Professor Donald Howie Orthopaedics, ie hip & knee joint replacement and revision surgery; young adult hip disorders and early arthritis.
Professor Phil Hynd Animal science
Professor Mark Jaksa House foundations; cracking in houses (expansive or reactive soils, residential foundations); Cracking in houses (expansive or reactive soils, residential foundations); foundations; geotechnical engineering
Professor Noel Lindsay Entrepreneurship Private equity
Professor Guy Ludbrook Drugs (anaesthetic, delivery); neuropharmacology; medical monitoring; intensive care; anaesthesia; anaesthetics; anaesthetic drugs; drug delivery
Professor Guy Maddern Surgery
Professor Sandy McFarlane post traumatic stress disorder; anxiety; trauma; PTSD; military; DSM-IV; psychophysiology; somatic; disasters; bushfire; bushfires; Ash Wednesday; psychology; psychiatry
Mr Michael O'Neil Analysis and commentary on the South Australian economy, including assessment of economic and public policy issues of relevance to South Australia and Australian economies. Gambling.
Dr Susan Oakley Susan Oakley is an urban sociologist. Her research expertise is the relationship between urban planning, governance & urban renewal of brownfield sites. Dr Oakley is also involved in research on the gendered nature of youth homelessness. Currently she is studying pathways into independent living & civic participation for homeless people through sustainable accommodation & support programs.
Professor Lyle Palmer Genetic epidemiology; global health; public health; translational health; genome-wide association studies (GWAS); genetic statistics
Dr Michelle Picard Academic Literacy, Plagiarism, Academic Integrity, Researcher Education, Doctoral Education, Academic literacies, Educational Technology, Research Supervision, Internationalisation
Associate Professor Dino Pisaniello Environmental impact assessment; environmental health; hazardous materials incidents; occupational health and safety
Prof. Iain Reid Atmospheric Physics Atmospheric Radar
Professor Lester-Irabinna Rigney Indigenous Australian studies (indigenous politics, treaty, governance, social policy); Indigenous education (indigenous Australian languages, literacy, numeracy, schooling); Indigenous research methodologies (research processes, institutional management of indigenous research, ethics, intellectual property)
Dr Dianne Rudd Geography (population); births; deaths; ethnicity; population ageing; future population concentration and change; population change; migration within Australia; international migration to Australia; family change (marriage; divorce, cohabitation; non-family living; demographic change); ethnicity; future population concentrations and change; gender issues; geography (family change); families; multiculturalism
Dr Abdallah Salem Illicit drugs;Drugs of abuse;Drugs of dependence; Party drugs;Pharmacology;Neuropharmacology
Professor Eileen Scott Plant pathology; diseases of horticultural crops, grapevines, pulses and oilseeds caused by fungi and bacteria
Associate Professor John Spoehr Labour market and the economy; Unemployment; Employment; Government policy; Public Policy; Economic development; social capital; privatisation; electricity; economic trends; social trends; political trends; economic downturn; recession; job losses; global economic crisis;
Professor Dennis Taylor Wine Science, Wine Chemistry, Oenology, Peroxides and Organic Chemistry
Professor Anne Tonkin Therapeutic drugs (prescription and non-prescription); blood pressue; high blood pressure; low blood pressure; drug regulation; medical education; curriculum development, assessment.
Associate Professor Jennifer Watling Plant responses to rising carbon dioxide and temperatures; physiology and ecology; parasitic plants; salinity, drought and high light; plant responses to abitotic stress; stomatal modifications in Australian plants; stomatal physiology; physiology; biochemistry; ecology; thermogenic plants
Professor John Williams High Court of Australia, Australian Constitutional Law, History, federalism
Professor Gary Wittert endocrinology; obesity; diabetes mellitus; weight loss; men's health; androgens; erectile dysfunction; ageing.
Professor Samer Akkach Arab-Islamic art, design and culture; history and theory of Islamic art, architecture and landscape; intellectual history of early modernity, Arab-Islamic and Ottoman; Socio-urban history of Middle Eastern cities during the early modern period; Islamic cosmology (pre- and post-Copernican traditions), philosophy (pre- and early modern), and mysticism (pre- and early modern.
Dr Rob Amery Kaurna language; Language revival; Language reclamation; Indigenous languages; Endangered languages; Kaurna placenames; Indigenous languages in education
Dr Robert Anderson Road Safety; Injury biomechanics; crash reconstruction; impact testing; crash investigation; data analysis; numerical modelling; vehicle safety, pedestrian safety; brain injury biomechanics
Professor Martha Augoustinos Racism (psychology of; attitudes towards Aborigines, the race debate, the language of racism, political rhetoric on race); Aboriginal people and issues;
Professor Mark Bartold Periodontal disease Stem cells and tissue engineering Periodontal disease and systemic health
Professor Nigel Bean Mathematical modelling; maths in industry; operations research; probability; stochastic modelling; structure modelling; telecommunications
Professor Andrew Beer regional policy; regional population; regional development; country towns; housing affordability; housing policy; home ownership; housing and disability; housing careers; population and regions; housing and wellbeing; redundancy in the automotive industry.
Professor Corey Bradshaw biodiversity; conservation; deforestation; wildlife management; extinction; climate change; invasive species; palaeo-ecology; ecology; ecosystem services
Professor Chris Burrell HIV; AIDS; virus infections in humans; immunology; immunisation; flu; influenza; hepatitis
Dr Andrew Coyle mathematical modelling communications systems
Professor Geoff Fincher Cells; plant science (cell walls); enzymology; plant genomics; genetic engineering (plants, cereal crops); genomics; protein chemistry; protein engineering; carbohydrate chemistry; plant cell walls
Professor David Giles Mineral exploration, mining, mineral deposits, education and training for the minerals industry, geology of Australia, plate tectonics
Professor Martin Hand geology; geothermal, structural geology; earthquakes; tectonics; rock deformation; formation of mountain ranges; plate tectonics; amalgamation of Australia; faults; folds; dating rocks; geochronology
Dr Zoe Jordan Communication strategy; international collaboration in health research; health improvement; health improvement in developing countries; evidence based practice; evidence based healthcare; change management; systematic reviews; evidence synthesis; evidence/knowledge transfer; evidence utilisation/implementation

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