Highlights

Deciphering the Balance Code

Deciphering the Balance Code

Professor Alan Brichta's primary research interest is balance and the vestibular system.

Brainstorming the brain

Brainstorming the brain

Associate Professor Paul Tooney regards his research into schizophrenia as one piece of...

Frontline mental health care

Frontline mental health care

Professor Brian Kelly believes mental illness is not the sole domain of psychiatrists...

Sound evidence

Sound evidence

Associate Professor Juanita Todd's studies into auditory brain responses could lead to earlier...

Exposing the roots of chronic pain

Exposing the roots of chronic pain

Associate Professor Snodgrass' research focuses on understanding the mechanisms that define and modulate...

Research of substance

Research of substance

Professor Amanda Baker is a National Health and Medical Research Council Senior Research...

Using our past to determine our future

Using our past to determine our future

Professor Deborah Hodgson works at the intersection of neuroscience, psychology and immunology, to...

Do unto others

Do unto others

Social psychologist dr stefania paolini aims to understand the complex decision making processes...

Tackling Nicotine Together

Tackling Nicotine Together

Professor Billie Bonevski is a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Career...

Bridging the gap in mental health research

Bridging the gap in mental health research

Leading the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Sally is a global nurse academic...

A helping hand for fathers

A helping hand for fathers

Associate Professor Richard Fletcher is building support systems for new fathers using text,...

Raring to go: Second chances and a roadmap to recovery

Raring to go: Second chances and a roadmap to recovery

Associate Professor Coralie English is passionate about improving the health and well-being of...

Senses working overtime

Senses working overtime

Professor Shelly Lane has clinical and research expertise in paediatrics, specifically striving to...

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