Tamara Varcoe is a NHMRC grant funded research fellow in the Robinson Institute at the University of Adelaide. She is a member of the Australasian Chronobiology Society, and European Biological Rhythms Society. Her broad research area is the circadian system, and how it regulates diverse physiological processes including reproduction, metabolism, immunity and neurobehaviour. Given the increased frequency of shift work in our society, her research is focused on understanding and ameliorating the impact of disrupted rhythmicity on health and wellbeing.
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