Academic staff

Profile image Name and contact Research interests

Ben Hillman

ben.hillman@anu.edu.au

T: 02 6125 0441

Political development in Asia, with a particular focus on China and Indonesia.

Roxanne Missingham

director.sis@anu.edu.au

University Librarian (Chief Scholarly Information

Digital literacy, research, collaborating with University Yangon's central library

Than Tun

than.tun@anu.edu.au

Ethnicity, postcolonialism and borders in Myanmar and Bangladesh

Martin Banwell

martin.banwell@anu.edu.au

Organic chemist specialising in biotransformations and natural product synthesis

Helen James

Helen.james@anu.edu.au

Disasters, civil society, governance, health, education, poverty alleviation and sustainable development in Myanmar and Southeast Asia

Margaret Kiley

margaret.kiley@anu.edu.au

Doctoral education, research education, PhD supervision

AJ Mitchell

aj.mitchell@anu.edu.au

Nuclear physics

Morten Pedersen

Morten.Pedersen@adfa.edu.au

Myanmar politics and development affairs, human rights, tools of international statecraft

Yuri Takahashi

yuri.Takahashi@anu.edu.au

Burmese language teacher and researcher on Burmese literature and culture

Graham Walker

g.walker@anu.edu.au

Science show training and science centre staff professional development around the world

Dr Eindra Aung

eindra.aung@anu.edu.au

T: +61 2 6125 3987

Health program/services evaluation; behaviour change communication
Nicholas Cheesman

Dr Nick Cheesman

nick.cheesman@anu.edu.au

Fellow, Department of Political & Social Chang

Rule of law; sovereignty; authority; power; political order; ideology; human rights; postcolonialism in South and Southeast Asia; Myanmar; Thailand.
Nicholas Farrelly

Dr Nicholas Farrelly

nicholas.farrelly@anu.edu.au

Associate Dean, College of Asia and the Pacific

Southeast Asian politics and societies, with an emphasis on Myanmar and Thailand.

Dr Jane Ferguson

jane.ferguson@anu.edu.au

Lecturer, School of Culture, History & Languag

Social and cultural anthropology; Asian cultural studies; anthropology; air transportation and freight services; historical studies
Charlotte Galloway

Dr Charlotte Galloway

charlotte.galloway@anu.edu.au

Director, Myanmar Research Centre

Curatorial and related studies; heritage and cultural conservation; art history; museum studies; Asian history; history and archaeology not elsewhere classified

Associate Professor Darren Gray

darren.gray@anu.edu.au

T: +61 2 6125 8595

Infectious Diseases; epidemiology; medical parasitology; neglected tropical diseases (schistosomiasis, echinococcosis, soil-transmitted helminths); randomised controlled trials; international and tropical health; global health.

Dr Simon McClusky

simon.mcclusky@anu.edu.au

T: +61 02 61258350

Fellow

Geodesy; geospatial information systems; tectonics; geodynamics; geophysics not elsewhere classified; structural geology.

Dr Andrew Selth

andrew.selth@gmail.com

Myanmar history; Tatmadaw
Andrew Walker

Professor Andrew Walker

andrew.walker@anu.edu.au

Professor of Southeast Asian Studies

Rural development; politics; agricultural modernisation; borders and borderlands; environmental management; ritual and spirits.

Mr Trevor Wilson

trevor.wilson@anu.edu.au

Visiting Fellow, Department of Political & Soc

Burma, Modern Politics, Burmese foreign policy, Japanese foreign policy, Japanese whaling

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