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The University of Adelaide Staff Directory Dr Hassan Bakos Monlcer Waistcoat - Women Vest Blue completed a Bachelor of Health Sciences with Honours at the University of Adelaide in 2005. Following the completion of his second year, he was awarded an Adelaide Research Vacation Scholarship to undertake a research project within the Department of Anatomical Sciences. In 2005, Hassan was awarded an Honours Research Scholarship from the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Research Foundation to complete his Honours Degree within the Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. Following a brief period of work at Repromed and the University of Adelaide, Hassan decided to return to the same department to undertake a PhD in Medicine. Throughout his PhD, Hassan has won a number of awards, published in refereed journal articles and presented at many national and international conferences. In 2010, he has completed his PhD thesis, entitled "The effect of paternal obesity on sperm function, embryo development and subsequent pregnancy outcomes". Dr Bakos s role at Repromed involves the management and supervision of Andrology and Pathology services. Dr Bakos is also competent at clinical embryology procedures including ICSI. His qualifications extend to a Graduate Certificate in Management as well as being an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Medicine at the University of Adelaide. He is the immediate past Honorary Treasurer of Scientists in Reproductive Technology (SIRT) of the Fertility Society of Australia. Special Commendation from the Dean of Graduate Studies for the quality of work conducted during the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. University of Adelaide (2010) Named a Future Leader within the Adelaide Fertility Centre, Repromed (2010) Robert Seamark Postgraduate Award for the most outstanding graduating postgraduate student in the Discipline of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. University of Adelaide (2009) International Student Research Forum Best Presentation Award. Hosted by Griffith University (2009) Society for Moncler Puffer Women Reproductive Biology Oozoa Student Award for the best presentation (oral or poster) given by a student working on gametes (oocytes or sperm) (2009) Finalist in the Society for Reproductive Biology New Investigator Award (2009) Society for Male Reproduction and Urology Travelling Scholar Award for outstanding contribution to the advancement of knowledge for the members of this society. (2007) Clinical Research Oral Presentation Award for the most outstanding presentation of clinical research at the South Australian Scientific Meeting. Australian Society for Medical Research (2007) 1. Palmer NO, Bakos HW, Fullston T and Lane M (2012) The impact of obesity on male fertility, sperm function and molecular composition. Spermatogenesis; 2(4):xx xx. Invited Review. 2. Fullston T, Palmer NO, Owens JA, Mitchell M, Bakos HW and Lane M (2012) Diet induced paternal obesity in the absence of diabetes diminishes the reproductive viability of two subsequent generations of mice. Human Reproduction; 27(5):1391 1400. 3. Walls M, Cheap Moncler Clothing Zuvela E, Ayres C, Sherrin D, Chhotani A, Butler L, Peirce K, Krapez J, Parker R, Mooy C, Mohan P, Catt S, Wiltshire M, Bakos HW, Whyte M and Matson P (2012) The influence of sample volume applied to the Makler sperm counting chamber upon the measured concentration of latex beads: A multi centre study. Asian Pacific Journal of Reproduction; 1(1):19 20. 4. Palmer NO, Bakos HW, Owens JA, Setchell PB and Lane M (2012) Diet and exercise in an obese mouse fed a high fat diet improves metabolic health and reverses perturbed sperm function. American Journal of Physiology Endocrinology and Metabolism; 302(7):E768 780. 5. Bakos HW, Mitchell M, Setchell BP and Lane M (2011) The effect of paternal diet induced obesity on sperm function and fertilisation in a mouse model. International Journal of Andrology; 34(5):402 410. 6. Tunc O, Bakos HW and Tremellen K (2011) Impact of body mass index on seminal oxidative stress. Andrologia; 43(2):121 128. 7. Bakos HW, Henshaw RC, Mitchell M and Lane M (2011) Paternal body mass index is associated with decreased blastocyst development and reduced live birth rates following assisted reproductive technology. Fertility and Sterility; 95(5):1700 1704. 8. Mitchell M, Bakos HW and Lane M (2011) Paternal diet induced obesity impairs embryo development and implantation in the mouse. Fertility and Sterility; 95(4):1349 1353. Equal contribution. 9. Matson PL, Myssonski K, Yovich S, Morrison L, Irving J and Bakos HW (2010) The density of human semen, and the use of weight as an indicator of volume: a multicentre study. Reproductive Biology; 10(2):141 153. 10. Bakos HW, Thompson JG, Feil D and Lane M (2008) Sperm DNA damage is associated with assisted reproductive technology pregnancy. International Journal of Andrology; 31(5):518 526. Received a journal highlight for the year of 2008.

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The University of Adelaide Niki Vasilakis was born in South Australia and was accepted as a student into the Elder Conservatorium when she was 10 years old. She was South Australia s Young Australian of the Year in 2008 for her achievements in music and commitment to community work.Vasilakis has achieved international recognition for her talent, performing with major orchestras in Australasia and Europe. Her debut album with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, featuring Mendelssohn and Bruch violin concertos, was nominated for an ARIA award.She is the co host of TV show Classical Destinations and also featured in the film 4 , based on Vivaldi s Four Seasons. She was a founding member of the TRIOZ ensemble.Slava Grigoryan was born in 1976 in Kazakhstan and immigrated with his family to Australia in 1981. As a major prizewinner at the Tokyo International Classical Guitar Competition, Slava was signed by Sony Music Entertainment Australia under the Sony Classical Label in 1995 and has since released four solo albums.Slava Grigoryan has performed at many national and international Festivals such as the Brighton International Festival, the Harrogate International Arts Festival, Parka Moncler Dresden Misikfestpiel, the Newbury Festival in the UK, the Guitar Festival of Great Britain, the Darwin International Guitar Festival, the GFA Festival in La Jolla, California, the Wirral International Guitar Festival, the AL Bustan Festival in Beirut, the New Zealand Arts Festival and the Sydney Festival.He has appeared with many of the world s leading orchestras, including the London Philharmonic, BBC Concert Orchestra, Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, the Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Northern Sinfonia, Israel Symphony Orchestra, Dresden Radio Orchestra and more recently the Klagenfurt Symphony Orchestra in Austria and the Halle Orchestra in Manchester, UK.In 1998 Slava was named Young Australian of the Year for the Arts and in September 2000 he appeared as soloist with the Australian Chamber Orchestra as part of the 2000 Sydney Olympic Arts Festival.In January 2001, he was soloist with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra in their annual "Symphony in the Domain" concert before an audience in excess of 100,000. Later Fashion Moncler Clairy Dowe Jacket Orange that year, he toured extensively for Musica Viva Australia with the Australian pianist, Simon Tedeschi and appeared for Andrew McKinnon Concert Presentations in recital at Angel Place. Other 2001 performances included appearances with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, The City of London Festival, the Australian String Quartet and a tour to Japan in September.In 2002, Slava appeared as soloist with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra, the Australian Youth Orchestra and toured for Musica Viva with his brother, Leonard Grigoryan. Slava Grigoryan was appointed Artist in Residence at the Victorian College of the Arts, and received the Mo Award for Instrumentalist of the Year.His debut classical album for ABC Classics Sonatas and Fantasies was released in March 2002 and was awarded Best Classical Album at the 2002 ARIA Awards. 2003 saw the release of two new albums on the ABC Classics label Play (with Leonard Grigoryan) and Saffire (The Australian Guitar Quartet), which went on to win the 2003 Best Classical Album ARIA.2003 engagements included solo appearances with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and for the Queensland Biennial of Music, national tours with his brother Leonard and with Saffire, extensive appearances for Musica Viva and performances in Japan with baritone Jos Carb. Slava also collaborated with many colleagues in Slava and Friends for Carnivale in Sydney.In 2004, Slava appeared as a soloist with the Melbourne and West Australian Symphony orchestras, Orchestra Victoria and toured extensively for Musica Viva. He also recorded and released a new CD with Saffire and performed extensively with the guitar quartet, including a concert at the Brisbane Festival and regional tours. His album release Brazil (with flautist Jane Rutter) went straight to No. 1 on the ARIA classical charts.2005 saw Slava Grigoryan appear as a soloist with some of Australia s leading orchestras, complete a Guest Artist residency at Geelong Grammar in Victoria, where he performed concerts and workshops, undertake a tour to the United Arab Emirates and South Africa and record a new CD with his brother, Leonard Grigoryan, through ABC Classics, of the Rodrigo Concerto for two guitars with the Queensland Orchestra.In the latter half of 2005, he undertook major tours to Europe and the USA both as a solo artist and with Saffire The Australian Guitar Quartet. In 2006, Slava toured New Zealand, the UK, Russia, Japan and South East Asia including a major recital with Leonard at Wigmore Hall, London.In 2007, brothers Slava and Leonard toured as a duo throughout Australia, Asia and the Baltic States as well as recording with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra. Born in the Ukraine, Alexey was awarded consecutive scholarships to undertake tertiary studies in Australia, including a Master of Music at the University of Sydney Conservatorium of Music.Having commenced piano studies at age six, Alexey gave his first concerto performance at 10 and won First Prize and the President s Special Prize in the Horowitz International Piano Competition, aged 12. In 1995 he won First Prize in the Prokofiev Competition, performed for former US President Bill Clinton and had his live performance for the release of the "Great Pianists of the Twentieth Century" Collection (Polygram Classics) recorded for internet broadcast. He has performed in London, Tel Aviv and Jerusalem and toured extensively throughout China, Japan, Russia, Ukraine, Australasia and the United States. Alexey was a Major Prize Winner of the Pozzoli and UNISA International Piano Competitions in 2004 and 2008 respectively.Alexey s 2006 performance with the Sydney Symphony (playing Rachmaninov s Piano Concerto no.1 with Mo. Vladimir Ashkenazy) was received with wide critical acclaim and standing ovations: "a remarkably assured performance of considerable virtuosity. Immediately re invited to perform Rachmaninov s Rhapsody on a Theme by Paganini with the orchestra in 2008, Alexey has also appeared with the Melbourne, Queensland, West Australian and Tasmanian Symphony Orchestras with conductors such as Sir Mark Elder, Lawrence Foster, Vladimir Verbitsky and Simone Young. He is a regular soloist for the Canberra and Willoughby Symphony Orchestras, as well as the Australian Youth Orchestra with whom he toured China in 2010, performing Prokofiev s Piano Concerto no.3 in Shanghai, Tianjin and Beijing. Shortly after returning from this tour Alexey appeared with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra under Mo. Oleg Caetani, playing Rachmaninov s Piano Concerto no.2.In 2011 Alexey was soloist for the Willoughby Symphony s inaugural concerts in its new residence, the Concourse (Sydney), earning praise for his "most memorable. splendidly nuanced and admirably virtuosic" performance of Tchaikovsky s Piano Concerto no.1 under Mo. Nicholas Milton. 2012 engagements included performing with the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, as guest for the Sydney International Piano Competition and solo recitals in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth and regional venues. Alexey returns as soloist for the Melbourne Symphony in 2013 and performs recitals in Adelaide, Perth and Sydney.Alexey Yemtsov has also performed with the Auckland Philharmonic Orchestra (New Zealand), I Pomeriggi Musicali di Milano (Italy), Kiev Camerata and the National Ukrainian Orchestra (Ukraine). He is in constant demand for solo recitals for festivals and concert series throughout Australia and collaborates with chamber ensembles such as the Seraphim Trio and the Sydney Symphony Chamber Players. As suggested by their name, collaborations form the basis of their artistic and musical vision, and partners to date have included, Peter Coleman Wright, Cheryl Barker, Emma Matthews, Ray Chen, Henning Kraggerud, Nemanja Radulovic, Natsuko Yoshimoto, Imants Larsens, Wilma Smith, Tony Gould, Caroline Henbest, Simon Oswell, Elizabeth Sellars, Roy Theaker, Fiona Sargeant, Monica Curro, Alex Henery, Roger Jonsson, Puppeteer Peter Wilson, David Jones and principal members of the Australian Ballet.Ensemble Liaison performed their debut concert for ABC Classic FM in 2006, which featured in "The best of Sunday Live" for that year, and their inaugural Concert Series was held at the BMW Edge Theatre, Federation Square, Melbourne in 2007. In 2010 they were invited to relocate to the stunning Elisabeth Murdoch Hall at the Melbourne Recital Centre. have performed across Australia, Central Europe and recently throughout New Zealand where they undertook a critically acclaimed 10 concert tour for Chamber Music New Zealand with violinist Wilma Smith. Critics have hailed their performances with superlatives such as "spellbinding", "flawless", "a revelation", "moving", "joyous", "polished", "stunningly blended", "engaging", "powerful and having boundless lyricism, enthusiasm and dexterity".They have been regularly recorded for broadcast on ABC Classic FM and 3MBS and have released recordings on both the Melba Recordings and Tall Poppies labels. was appointed Ensemble in Residence at Monash University in 2010.Wilma Smith is Concertmaster of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and an avid chamber musician. Born in Fiji and raised in New Zealand, she studied in Boston with Dorothy DeLay and Louis Krasner at the New England Conservatory. She was first violinist of the Lydian String Quartet, winners of the Naumburg Award for Chamber Music and major prizes at the Evian, Banff and Portsmouth International String Quartet Competitions. Wilma played regularly with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and was Concertmaster of the Harvard Chamber Orchestra and the Handel and Haydn Society. Invited to form the New Zealand Moncler Quilted Jacket String Quartet, Wilma was first violinist for five years, touring Australia for Musica Viva to considerable acclaim, before her appointment as Concertmaster of the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra and awarded the title, Concertmaster Emeritus. Since moving to Melbourne she has performed in the Munro/Smith/Berlin Trio and been a frequent guest of Ensemble Liaison. She collaborated with Steven Isserlis and Melvyn Tan in a series of concerts for the New Zealand International Arts Festival and her latest venture as a member of the Hopkins quartet takes her back to her string quartet roots.BREW GUITAR DUODescribed by the Victorian Classical Guitar Society as a significant addition to the guitar landscape in Australia, the BREW Guitar Duo has delighted audiences all over the country with its impeccable ensemble skills and captivating stage presence. Based in Canberra, Australia, Matthew Withers and Bradley Kunda also comprise one half of Australia s leading guitar quartet, Guitar Trek, which for over two decades has pioneered new repertoire for the guitar family under the leadership of the duo s mentor, Timothy Kain.

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