Thesis title: Prognostic significance of a gene proliferation signature in colorectal cancer
Primary Supervisor: Professor Anthony Reeve
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Thesis title: Pharmacogenetics, drug metabolism and clinical practice
Primary supervisor: Professor Evan Begg
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Thesis title: Molecular characterisation of Chromatin Introgressed from Hordeum Bulbosum L. into Hordeum vulgare L.
Primary Supervisor: Associate Professor Kevin Farnden
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Thesis title: Factors influencing physical activity participation during adolescence and young adulthood
Primary Supervisor: Dr Anthony Reeder
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Dr Andrew Smith
Thesis title: Exhaled nitric oxide measurements in the diagnosis and management of asthma
Primary Supervisor: Professor Robyn Taylor
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Thesis title: Structures of the pro-survival protein A1 in comples with BH3-domain peptides
Primary Supervisor: Dr Catherine Day
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Thesis title: Domoic acid-induced cardiac damage: an in vitro and in vivo investigation
Primary Supervisor: Dr Ivan Sammut
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Thesis title: Physical characterisation of pharmaceutical solids by Terahertz pulsed spectroscopy and imaging
Primary supervisor, Professor Thomas Rades
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