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Pregnancy and Maternal Oral Health

Background: Recently, a number of studies have shown that poor oral health may impact on general health. Periodontal diseases have been identified as an independent risk factor for more...

Supervisor(s): Nanan, Ralph (Professor)

The effect of assisted reproductive technologies on embryo development and postnatal health.

Postgraduate research studentship in the analysis of the effects of assisted reproductive technology on the normal development of the embryo. The host lab is a pioneer in the develo more...

Supervisor(s): O'Neill, Chris (Professor)

Engaging with individuals who are affected by hereditary cancer (Lynch Syndrome)

Lynch syndrome (LS) is an inherited cancer syndrome which significantly increases a carrier's lifetime risk of several cancers, most notably colorectal cancer (CRC).  Recent Au more...

Supervisor(s): Taylor, Natalie (Associate Professor)

Investigating factors affecting the impact of interventions to improve referral of colorectal cancer patients with a high likelihood risk of Lynch Syndrome

Lynch syndrome (LS) is an inherited cancer syndrome which significantly increases a carrier's lifetime risk of several cancers, most notably colorectal cancer (CRC).  Recent Au more...

Supervisor(s): Taylor, Natalie (Associate Professor)

Embedding sustainable physical activities into the everyday lives of adults with intellectual disabilities: A randomised controlled trial

A three-arm randomised controlled trial (RCT) has been completed, and the collected data is now ready for analysis. Ninety adults with intellectual disability aged 18-55 were random more...

Supervisor(s): Davis, Glen (Professor)

Improving Service Quality in Community Pharmacy

This study aims to develop methods to reliably measure consumers' assessment of the quality of service provided by community pharmacies. Furthermore, we aim to use the survey to tes more...

Supervisor(s): Carter, Stephen (Dr), Schneider, Carl (Dr)

Emotional intelligence and the psycho-physiology of stress

Emotional intelligence is known to predict health outcomes as well as better workplace performance. One of the mechanisms underlying these relationships may be the ability to manage more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

Which parts of emotional intelligence matter for well-being and success: The different roles for self- and other-emotion management

Meta-analyses show that emotional intelligence is a critical determinant of success at school, success at work, and of key health outcomes. The different parts of emotional intellig more...

Supervisor(s): MacCann, Carolyn (Dr)

What is the association between musculoskeletal conditions and cardio metabolic disease in the Australian population?

This research project aims to investigate the association between musculoskeletal conditions and cardio metabolic diseases and its relationship with physical activity participation. more...

Supervisor(s): Hiller, Claire (Dr), Harmer, Alison (Dr), Beckenkamp, Paula (Dr)

Exploring the complexity of complex (mega) projects

Owing to unexpected emerging behaviour, interdependencies among participating stakeholders and wider scope, today's projects are becoming more complex. Understanding the complex nat more...

Supervisor(s): Uddin, Shahadat (Dr)