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Towards a social network-inspired model for improving medical referrals in cancer care

This project is aimed at understanding how general practitioners (GP) tap into their professional network for making cancer patient referrals to appropriate specialist units. The so more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Social networks model for Open Source Drug Discovery

Using an open source drug discovery approach, current research shows that it is possible to find an improved synthesis of drugs for diseases (e.g. a tropical neglected disease such more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Social capital, brokerage, technology use and performance of project-based workers: Real estate agents in NSW, Australia

Studies on how individuals seek for both relational and non-relational information have been documented in organizational psychology, organization behavior and communication studies more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Towards a social network-inspired model for understanding evidence uptake and pain management in cancer care

This project is aimed at understanding treatment processes and decisions made by medical practitioners (e.g. nurses) involved in cancer care. In particular, we aim to model the role more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

Complex Networks and Performance

The project aims to develop a social network based model and operational constructs for exploring individual behaviour in relation to choice and personal health. more...

Supervisor(s): Zomaya, Albert Y. (Professor), Vadas, Mathew (Professor)

Moderator Assistant and Cybermate: Engineering systems to support mental health

Helping participants of online communities thrive, support their pro-social behaviours and duty-of-care are challenging tasks. This is particularly difficult in the online peer supp more...

Supervisor(s): Calvo, Rafael A. (Associate Professor)

Teaching dumb agents to play smart games in economics

Economic game theory is one of the most powerful but  surprisingly simple tools we have to understand many of the key aspects of social interactions. This has included the evol more...

Supervisor(s): Harre, Michael (Dr)

Modelling the catastrophe of a crash in the financial markets

Crashes in the financial markets have a staggering impact on the social and economic health of a country but we still have very little understanding of their causes and how they spr more...

Supervisor(s): Harre, Michael (Dr)

Carers and Employment

This program is being conducted as part of a three-way international collaboration of World University Network members (Sydney, Leeds and Alberta) focussing on multi-disciplinary an more...

Supervisor(s): O'Loughlin, Kate (Associate Professor)

Biological metaphors and resilience

The project will seek inspiration from biological networks to optimize the resilience of public health systems. more...

Supervisor(s): Zomaya, Albert Y. (Professor), Vadas, Mathew (Professor)