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Implementation science within the cancer care context

We are seeking expressions of interest (EOI) from highly motivated candidates interested in pursuing a PhD program in implementation science within the cancer care context. This pro more...

Supervisor(s): Shepherd, Heather (Dr), Butow, Phyllis (Professor), Shaw, Joanne (Dr)

Towards a social networks model for understanding factors for variances in cost and schedule in project implementation and project completion times

According to several theorists, effective communication is one of the key factors in determining the success of failure of a project. However, communication is a complex and challen more...

Supervisor(s): Chung, Kenneth (Dr)

IMPROVING MELANOMA PREVENTION, EARLY DETECTION, AND CLINICAL MANAGEMENT

PhD and Masters research projects could include:- Analysis of epidemiological or clinical data related to skin cancer risk factors, health outcomes or clinical practice guidelines- more...

Supervisor(s): Cust, Anne (Professor)

Digital health technologies (including Telehealth) for rural children in Australia

Improving access to care for children living in rural AustraliaPurpose:To increase access to early assessment, intervention and sustainable paediatric and allied health services in more...

Supervisor(s): Martiniuk, Alexandra (Dr)

Routing in Geometric Networks

This research project aims to compare a number of routing algorithms developed for geometric networks. Some of these algorithms come with theoretical guarantees, but we aim to see w more...

Supervisor(s): vanRenssen, Andre (Dr)

Modelling charge transfer in donor-acceptor molecule using TDDFT and Spintronics of main-metal organometallic chains

Two projects: (i) To identify the charge transfer mechanism in donor-bridge-acceptor molecules, whether superexchange or sequential hopping or a different mechanism, for the systems more...

Supervisor(s): Stampfl, Catherine (Professor)

45 and Up Study

The 45 and Up Study has collected data from 266,000 participants throughout NSW aged 45 and over. Cancer Council NSW is a principal sponsor of the study. Led by the 45 and Up Resear more...

Supervisor(s): Weber, Marianne (Dr)

Advanced Collaboration Grid

The aim of this project to provide seamless and pervasive integration of unicast and multicast-based communication in order to support the development of a next generation collabora more...

Supervisor(s): Takatsuka, Masahiro (Associate 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)