Dr Christina Bojarski completed her undergraduate Science degree with honours at Rhodes University in South Africa. She then undertook a PhD researching endocrine control and reproductive cycles of bats. Dr Bojarski then worked at the University of Witwatersrand and Rhodes University before moving to Australia in 2000. to join the Australian Neuromuscular Research Institute at Sir Charles Gardner Hospital. She then joined the Cerebrovascular Disease Research Group in the ANRI at QE II Medical Centre, where she looked at NCX protein expression in rat hippocampus following global cerebral ischemia. Dr Bojarski now lectures at UWA.
Graduate Entry Medical Program (GEMP)
IMED2264 Physiological Control Systems: Health and Fitness
IMED2206 Physiology of Adaptation and Stress
IMED1100 Normal Systems
IDNT1134 Introduction to Normal Systems
IMED2201 Normal Systems