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Stephanie Schweiker

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  • Bond University, Faculty of Health Sciences and Medicine

    4229 Gold Coast

    Australia

  • Centre for Urology Research Bond University 14 University Drive, ROBINA QLD 4229

    Australia

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Research interests

Dr Schweiker and Dr Levonis lead the medicinal chemistry research group at Bond University. They have multiple research students working on the development of novel compounds for various diseases and technologies, as well as chemical analysis of different biological/chemical systems.

 

Dr Schweiker is active in the field of chemical education and has multiple publications on the development and outcomes of new educational technologies to enhance student learning.  Stephanie is the current treasurer of the national division of chemical education with the royal Australian chemical institute and her current educational interest is in the development of gamified virtual laboratory experiments to assist disadvantaged or remote secondary schools throughout Australia.   

Statement for HDR students

Projects are available for potential HDR and project students in the areas of compound design, chemical analysis and chemical education. The available projects may vary so please email Dr Stephan Levonis or myself to find out our current projects.

Education/Academic qualification

Organic Chemistry, PhD, Griffith University Queensland

Award Date: 17 Feb 2011

External positions

Griffith University Queensland

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