My PhD

Ciannon Cazaly, a descendent of Australian football royalty, has studied the stories of early players from migrant backgrounds to reveal a darker face of multiculturalism.

My PhD

Language is the core to everything, but it is often taken for granted. Applied linguistics specialist John Pill explains why language is fundamental to any occupation, including for health professionals.

 

My PhD

Some 200,000 babies die each year across South-East Asia, according to official data. Thi Hoang Tran’s research could help reduce that grim statistic.

My PhD

Born in Richmond and an avid Collingwood supporter, Melissa Walsh tapped her passion for the great Australian game in her thesis on memory in AFL spectators.

 

My PhD

For physicist Ahmad Galea, seeing isn’t necessary for believing.

My PhD

Untangling the mysteries of stuttering has been a long and challenging journey. Elaina Kefalianos joined the fray. 

 

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Michael Hemingway’s research into the history of the Victorian Aboriginal Health Service provided an insight into Indigenous Australians’ struggle for freedom and recognition over the past 50 years.

My PhD

An epidemic with no known cure, Alzheimer’s disease continues to challenge scientists.  Yen Ying Lim had personal reasons for wanting to investigate the damaging build up of plaques in the brain. 

 

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When older people undergo surgery they take on a number of risks.  Lisbeth Evered studied the impact that anaesthesia has on the brain and how it may cause dementia.

 

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The restoration of the English monarchy in 1660 brought with it a new kind of drama to London’s re-opened theatres. Brandon Chua examined notions of political authority and propaganda through the emergence of the Heroic Play.

 

My PhD