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Samran completed his Bachelor of Medical Science and Master of Orthoptics at the University of Sydney in 2015 and the University of Technology Sydney in 2017 respectively. This was followed by a combined MRes/PhD at Macquaire University funded under the MQRES scholorship. Samran's PhD thesis titled " Structural and Functinal Correlates of the Visual System as marker of Aging and Neurodegenerative Changes in the Brain" was ranked in the Top 5% and awarded the prestigious Vice Chancellors Commendation for Academic Excellence. 

Currently, Samran is a postdoctoral Research Fellow and Teaching Academic at Macquaire Univeristy.


Samran currently teaches in the following units:

o MEDI3301 (Clinical Neuroscience)
o BIOL2230 (Neurophysiology)
o BMOL1001 (Biomolecules)
o BIOL1210 (Human Biology)



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