My PhD

Storm chaser John Allen sees “mathematics in the atmosphere” as he hunts monster storms across the US. 

My PhD

Andrew Perkins’ research examined the delicate dance between a composer teaching and protecting his muse. 

My PhD

Sandra Davidson investigated how a person’s social identity affected their ability to recover from depression.

 

My PhD

Vivian Gerrand was puzzled when her Somali-Italian-Australian friend asked for information booklets in Italian rather than Somali.  This prompted her to explore ideas around migrant identity and belonging.

 

My PhD

Caring for loved ones with dementia at home is hugely taxing. Kirsten Moore assessed whether support services were effective.

My PhD

Nhan Tran searches for the gift of sight, researching a bionic eye for the blind.

My PhD

Carolyn Coulson investigates the health risks of being EUI (Elderly While Under the Influence). 

My PhD

Elise Furlan wades though creeks and waterways in search of the illusive Ornithorhynchus anatinus — the platypus. 

My PhD

Daniel Golding wanders around video game worlds, takes in the view and discovers that little is truly new in cyberspace.

My PhD

Forget fight night. Helen Clausen discovered something far more critical when it comes to boxing and brain function.

My PhD