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Dr Einar B. Thorsteinsson is an Associate Professor at the University of New England, Australia. Einar has a strong research profile in Health Psychology and continues to build productive national and international research collaborations in areas such as adolescent coping and health, psychological well-being, social support, and depression.
Dr Chris Fellows is a polymer chemist and an associate professor at the University of New England. Dr Fellows majored in chemistry and biochemistry at James Cook University and obtained a BSc(Hons I) and PhD in the mechanism of alternating radical copolymerisation at the same institution under the supervision of A/Prof Ernie Senogles, graduating in 1998. After a brief period working on the development and testing of polymeric flocculants in Chemical Engineering at the University of Sydney, he worked as Scientific Projects and Education Officer at the Sydney University Polymer Centre/Key Centre for Polymer Colloids. In 2000 he was appointed as a half-time fixed term lecturer in hydrocolloids at the University of Sydney, and in 2004 he obtained a permanent academic position as a lecturer in Chemistry at the University of New England, where he was promoted to senior lecturer in 2008 and associate professor in 2015. As well as the fundamental kinetics and mechanisms of radical polymerisation, his research is primarily in applications of polymers in processes where they modify behaviour at interfaces: flocculation, modification of crystal growth, transport through membranes; and in structure/property relations of carbohydrate foods.
Stuart is currently the Year 2 Clinical Academic Co-ordinator in the School of Rural Medicine at the University of New England. He has a two decade working history in community and public health, and retains strong relationships with both rural and metropolitan Non-Government Organisations (NGO). His specific research interests include intellectual disability, ageing, rurality and mental health.
My research interests span a range of interlinked topics of significance to biological and geographical diversity. My current research focuses on the impacts climate change will have on insect behaviour, ecology and physiology, insect community structure along environmental gradients, and insect-plant interactions. I have a strong interest for carrying out quality research and integrating a range of disciplines (particularly ecology, behaviour and physiology) into my research themes. I am currently President of the Ecological Society of Australia.
Dr Lisa Lobry de Bruyn is a Senior Lecturer in School of Environmental and Rural Sciences at the University of New England, Armidale, New South Wales, Australia.
Her research focuses on farmers' understanding of soil health, and soil information seeking behaviours that will improve how we share soil information and build genuine partnerships with land managers. Into the future such research will improve the monitoring of land condition for sustainable land management and soil use.