• 9 Ancora Imparo Way, Monash University, Building 13E

    3800 Clayton

20042020
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Personal profile

Research interests

Klaudia is interested in the teaching and learning of pharmacology.  She is particularly interested in how feedback to students can be improved so as to promote better engagement with, and understanding of, the assessment process.

Biography

Klaudia completed her BSc (Honours) and PhD at the University of Melbourne.  She has extensive research experience in the field of cardiovascular pharmacology, both locally and abroad.  Klaudia currently has a substantial teaching role in the Department of Pharmacology at Monash University, co-ordinating two 3rd year units of study.  She also has a keen interest in how we can improve our feedback and assessment practice to maximise student engagement.

Keywords

  • Education
  • Assessment
  • Pharmacology

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Projects 2015 2020

Research Output 2004 2016

Role of chemokine RANTES in the regulation of perivascular inflammation, T-cell accumulation, and vascular dysfunction in hypertension

Mikolajczyk, T. P., Nosalski, R., Szczepaniak, P., Budzyn, K., Osmenda, G., Skiba, D., Sagan, A., Wu, J., Vinh, A., Marvar, P. J., Guzik, B., Podolec, J., Drummond, G., Lob, H. E., Harrison, D. G. & Guzik, T. J., May 2016, In : FASEB Journal. 30, 5, p. 1987-1999 13 p.

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