Chronic pain is a debilitating condition affecting 1 in 5 humans and animals. Our research aims to address the urgent need for the development of effective therapeutic strategies to clinically alleviate chronic pain symptoms.
Promotion of dairy cattle health, production, efficiency, and welfare not only contributes to economic viability of the dairy production sector, but also provides benefits to the consumers of milk products. These benefits include environmental sustainability, maintenance of milk nutritional quality and safety, as well as assurance that milk is sourced from animals that have been raised humanely.
My main research interests are in organizational identity and reputation and their implications for organizational strategies, sustainability and CSR. My research projects include sustainability and certifications in the Australian wine industry and social enterprise in Tanzania.
Abdallah's research examines manufacturing and processing of light metals and alloys for the automotive and aerospace industries, with a focus on using fundamental concepts and experimental approaches to solve industry-related problems.
2.1 billion people lack safe drinking water at home and around 1.2 billion people have no access to electricity. My research focus is in the area of applied Thermofluids with particular interest in clean energy and clean water technologies.
The research that we conduct in my laboratory aims to understand the causes of infertility at the gene level and pinpoint the mechanisms through which toxicants affect fertility both in humans and farm animals. Understanding how things happen will help in finding ways of overcoming it.