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Neuromuscular Mechanisms Underlying Poor Recovery following Head/Neck Trauma

My laboratory investigates the neuromuscular mechanisms underlying the transition from acute to chronic pain following musculoskeletal trauma (generally) and head/neck trauma (speci more...

Supervisor(s): Elliott, James (Professor)

Harnessing Data for Better Health – Triangulating the patient’s pain experience

My laboratory investigates the neuromuscular mechanisms underlying the transition from acute to chronic pain following musculoskeletal trauma (generally) and head/neck trauma (speci more...

Supervisor(s): Elliott, James (Professor)

Predictors and mediators of swallowing and voice deficits following whiplash trauma: Is it biology or psychology?

My laboratory investigates the neuromuscular mechanisms underlying the transition from acute to chronic pain following musculoskeletal trauma (generally) and head/neck trauma (speci more...

Supervisor(s): Elliott, James (Professor)

Investigating the impacts of visual arts on primary chronic pain

This project consists of a series of studies investigating the physiological, social and psychological impacts of visual arts on patients with chronic pain. more...

Supervisor(s): Pourkazemi, Fereshteh (Dr), McKay, Marnee (Dr)

Investigating the impact of pain after the first ankle on development of chronic ankle instability

This project consists of a series of longitudinal studies investigating the impact of pain on development of chronic ankle instability after an index (first) ankle sprain. more...

Supervisor(s): Pourkazemi, Fereshteh (Dr), Hiller, Claire (Dr)

Physiotherapy and minimisation of medication use in people with knee osteoarthritis: opportunity for cohort studies and clinical trial research

Exercise is a proven and recommended therapy for people with knee osteoarthritis.  However, many people with this condition rely on medication for management of their symptoms. more...

Supervisor(s): Simic, Milena (Dr)

Becoming a healthcare professional: gender, ethnicity, diversity

This research opportunity has a broad scope in terms of the exact trajectory of your PhD more...

Supervisor(s): Monrouxe, Lynn Valerie (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)

Migrant and Refugee Youths’ Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights

The population of migrant and refugee youth in Greater Western Sydney is increasing exponentially each year. Little is understood about these young people's understanding of and ab more...

Supervisor(s): Hossain, Zakia (Dr)