Congratulations to the students who completed in March 2022

The University recognises that a higher degree by research represents a considerable achievement, reflecting hard work and a high level of commitment and dedication.

Congratulations on your outstanding accomplishment! 

Reem Alothmany | Doctor of Philosophy
College of Business, Government and Law
“High Performance Work Systems: An Empirical Investigation in Saudi Arabia”
Library at Flinders Link (under embargo until 2025-03)

Jennifer Baldock | Doctor of Philosophy
College Nursing and Health Sciences
“Seeing listening in the eyes: Examining the effects of light level and fatigue on pupil dilation during a speech-in-noise task”
Library at Flinders Link

Katie Gates | Doctor of Philosophy
College Science and Engineering
“Landscape genomics and adaptive resilience to climate change of the tropical rainbowfish (Melanotaenia splendida splendida)”
Library at Flinders Link

David Langerhuizen | Doctor of Philosophy – Cotutelle
College of Medicine and Public Health
“Advanced Diagnostic Strategies for Wrist Trauma”
Online copy currently unavailable

Georgia Middleton | Doctor of Philosophy
College of Nursing and Health Sciences
“The family meal; then and now, a 30-year comparison study”
Library at Flinders Link

Ludovico Messineo | Doctor of Philosophy 
College of Medicine and Public Health
“Personalized, physiology-based treatment for obstructive sleep apnea”
Online copy currently unavailable

Salmin Mostafa | Doctor of Philosophy 
College of Business, Government and Law
“The contextual relationship between earnings management and corporate social responsibility: managerial myopia versus myopia avoidance perspectives”
Library at Flinders Link

Gerrut Norval | Doctor of Philosophy 
Science and Engineering
“Parasites of sleepy lizards (Tiliqua rugosa) sampled across an ecological gradient at Bundey Bore Station, South Australia”
Library at Flinders Link

Karthigesh Sree Raman | Doctor of Philosophy
College of Medicine and Public Health
“Utility of cardiovascular magnetic resonance in the assessment of myocardial dysfunction in pulmonary arterial hypertension”
Library at Flinders Link

Negara Tajbakhsh | Doctor of Philosophy
College Medicine and Public Health
“The Role of DDAH1 in Angiogenesis.”
Flinders at Library Link


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