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The role of key driver genes in the pathogenesis of acute renal allograft rejection

This is a PhD project. The successful applicant will be top up scholarship. This study will lead to publish high quality of papers and apply a new NHMRC project grant. more...

Supervisor(s): O'Connell, Philip (Professor), Hu, Min (Dr)

Identifying the causes of fibrosis after kidney transplantation

This is a PhD project. The successful applicant will be top up scholarship. This study will lead to publish high quality of papers and apply a new NHMRC project grant. more...

Supervisor(s): O'Connell, Philip (Professor)

A sensor driven approach to assessing health in honey bee colonies

This project aims to optimise honey bee colony health by developing low-cost sensor arrays. The supervisory team for this project also includes Dr Ash Rahman (Data61) and Dr Jo more...

Supervisor(s): Latty, Tanya (Dr)

New technologies for detecting, counting and identifying pollinators in the field

This project will leverage advances in image processing and machine learning to develop new techniques for high throughput sampling of pollinator populations in crops.  Th more...

Supervisor(s): Latty, Tanya (Dr)

Sounds in the ocean: ocean soundscapes and ambient sea noise

The project would conduct research into the sounds in the ocean with the aim of improving our understanding of how these sounds combine to form the soundscapes and the ambient sea n more...

Supervisor(s): Cato, Douglas (Professor)

HUMAN MINIBRAINS GROWN FROM STEM CELLS

This project will involve CRISPR genome editing strategies combined with human stem cell derived mini-brains to investigate new neuronal factors that control development, cognitive more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Professor)

Preclinical Research in Medicinal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Therapeutics

Preclinical Research in Medicinal Cannabis and Cannabinoid Therapeutics. more...

Supervisor(s): Arnold, Jonathon (Associate Professor)

CRISPR-based genome editing

The recent development of genome editing technology is perhaps the single biggest technical breakthrough in the history of life sciences, allowing for near complete control over euk more...

Supervisor(s): Neely, Greg (Professor)