Doctor of Philosophy
Assoc/Prof Geoff Currie, Prof. Robert Davidson and Prof Hosen Kiat.
The role of diagnostic imaging in identifying appropriate strategies for heart failure treatment.
A/Prof Geoff Currie
To achieve the Optimization between Radiation dose and Image quality.
Quantitative and Qualitative method via Computed Tomography and Digital Radiography.
Dr Xiaoming Zheng
The partial volume dose response of specific manifestations of urinary bladder physiological dysfunction to fractionated external beam radiotherapy
Dr Janelle Wheat and Dr Geoffrey Currie
PhD thesis titled: "The role of prevention in public oral health clinical settings"
Critiquing and writing up qualitative and quantitative data gathered from postal surveys within rural and regional communities in NSW & New Zealand & also from participants attending an international conference.
Professor Patrick Ball
Co Supervisors Professor Clive Wright & John F Smith
Exegesis and research
Janelle Wheat, Geoffrey Currie
Investigating the clinical relevance of RFR in newly diagnosed renal diseases symptoms.
The research focuses on prospectively studying RFR and its relationship in patients with newly diagnosed separate conditions of hypertension, diabetes and obstructive sleep apnoea; which are known to result in subsequent decline in renal function. Baseline (pre-treatment) stress GFR data will be collected from these patients and compared with data collected from the same repeated test after a defined period of time; 3 months, following progression of renal disease and commencement of treatment.
Associate Professor Geoff Currie
Filtration and kVp effects on image quality and total patient-absorbed radiation in digital radiography (DR) and computed radiography (CR) systems
Professor Rob Davidson
Dr Xiaoming Zheng