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The fetal environment, pregnancy, and cardiovascular risk.

Opportunity exists for research higher degree study on projects related to the fetal environment, pregnancy and cardiovascular risk. These potentially include epidemiological analys more...

Supervisor(s): Skilton, Michael (Dr)

Body temperature regulation during pregnancy

This project will assess how thermoregulatory capacity is altered at different stages throughout pregnancy. This information will enable the development of safe exercise guidelines more...

Supervisor(s): Jay, Ollie (Associate Professor), Edwards, Kate (Dr)

Evolution of vertebrate pregnancy

Our lab, within the School of Life and Environmental Sciences, focuses on understanding the evolution of viviparity, placentae, and reproductive complexity, using a variety of model more...

Supervisor(s): Whittington, Camilla (Dr), Thompson, Michael B. (Emeritus Professor)

Effect of cardioactive drugs on the developing rat heart

Cardioactive drugs are used during pregnancy to alleviate heart conditions but may affect the heart of the developing fetus. more...

Supervisor(s): Ritchie, Helen (Dr)

Mitochondial DNA damage, potential target to reduce the development of renal disorders induced by maternal smoking .

Smoking rates are disproportionately high in disadvantaged populations, particularly in emerging economies, and increasing in women of child bearing age. more...

Supervisor(s): Saad, Sonia (Dr)

Evolution of viviparity in lizards

We offer a range of opportunities to build on our research program examining the evolution of reproductive complexity in reptiles. Please see our website for examples of the work we more...

Supervisor(s): Whittington, Camilla (Dr), Murphy, Christopher R (Professor)

Impact of hyperglycaemia on hospitalised patients

We are looking at the relationship between hyperglycaemia and adverse hospital outcome in a variety of clinical situations. more...

Supervisor(s): Cheung, Ngai Wah (Associate Professor)

The role of regulatory T Lymphocytes in aberrant human immune responses

The focus is to phenotypically and functionally characterise T regulatory cells in aberrant immune responses  e.g. autoimmune and allergic diseases. more...

Supervisor(s): Nanan, Ralph (Professor)

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITIES IN BIOETHICS

Associate Professor Ainsley Newson is Deputy Director and an Associate Professor in Bioethics at Sydney Health Ethics, Sydney School of Public Health. She has degree qualifications more...

Supervisor(s): Newson, Ainsley (Associate Professor)

Adolescent Sexual Behaviours

We are looking to supervise students who have honours or a masters degree in the Social Science (Psychology or Sociology) or Health Sciences, to undertake research studies leading t more...

Supervisor(s): Skinner, Susan Rachel (Professor)