Dr Louise Shewan

Honorary Researcher Fellow
Sydney Medical School

Telephone +61 2 9114 1103

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Biographical details

2011 International Program Development Fund Grant - Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Children in Rural Cambodia. An Echocardiography-based Pilot Study

Research interests

Bioarchaeology, Research management, archaeological science, rheumatic heart disease, Forensic Science

International links

Cambodia

(Ministry of Culture and Fine Arts -MoCFA) Archaeological Research

Cambodia

(Ministry of Health and Angkor Hospital for Children) Rheumatic Heart Disease Project

Selected grants

2013

  • NETWORK FOR ORGANS, BODIES AND TISSUES (NBOT); Stewart C, Anderson W, Cashman P, Cooper M, Griffiths P, Hooker C, Jordens C, Kerridge I, Lupton D, Magnusson R, Michael M, Pols J, Race K, Salkeld G, Savell K, Scott Bray R, Shewan L, Waldby C; DVC Research/Research Network Scheme (SyReNS).
  • Perpetual account for travel grants for Dr Louise Shewan; Shewan L; Australian Synchrotron Company Limited/Funding Application for Interstate User Groups.

2011

  • From Paddy to Pura: The Origins of Angkor; O'Reilly D, Domett K, Shewan L, Evans D, Domett K, Higham C, Matisoo-Smith E, Higham T, Halcrow S, Pryce T, Chhem R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).
  • Prevalence of Rheumatic Heart Disease in Children in Rural Cambodia. An Echocardiography-based pilot study; Shewan L; DVC International/IPDF Grant.

2009

  • History in their bones: A diachronic, bioarchaeological study of diet, mobility and social organisation from Cambodian skeletal assemblages; Domett K, O'Reilly D, Chhem R, Armstrong R, Shewan L, Domett K, Higham C, Chhem R; Australian Research Council (ARC)/Discovery Projects (DP).

Selected publications

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Book Chapters

  • Shewan, L. (2004). Natufian Settlement Systems And Adaptive Strategies: The Issue Of Sedentism And The Potential Of Strontium Isotope Analysis. In Christophe Delage (Eds.), The last hunter-gatherers in the Near East, (pp. 55-94). Oxford: Nicholson Museum, University of Sydney.

Journals

  • Domett, K., Newton, J., O'Reilly, D., Tayles, N., Shewan, L., Beavan, N. (2013). Cultural Modification of the Dentition in Prehistoric Cambodia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 23(3), 274-286. [More Information]
  • Newton, J., Domett, K., O’Reilly, D., Shewan, L. (2013). Dental health in Iron Age Cambodia: Temporal variations with rice agriculture. International Journal of Paleopathology, 3(1), 1-10. [More Information]
  • Beavan, N., Halcrow, S., Mcfadgen, B., Hamilton, D., Buckley, B., Sokha, T., Shewan, L., Sokha, O., Fallon, S., Miksic, J., et al (2012). Radiocarbon Dates from Jar and Coffin Burials of the Cardamom Mountains Reveal a Previously Unrecorded Mortuary Ritual in Cambodia's Late- to Post-Angkor Period (15th-17th Centuries AD). Radiocarbon: an international journal of cosmogenic isotope research, 54(1), 1-22.
  • Coats, A., Shewan, L. (2011). Statement on authorship and publishing ethics in the international journal of cardiology. International Journal of Cardiology, 153(3), 239-240. [More Information]
  • Shewan, L., Coats, A. (2010). Ethics in the authorship and publishing of scientific articles. International Journal of Cardiology, 144(1), 1-2. [More Information]
  • Shewan, L., Coats, A. (2006). The Research Quality Framework and its implications for health and medical research: time to take stock? Medical Journal of Australia, 184(9), 463-466. [More Information]
  • Shewan, L. (2006). The Venus figurines. International Journal of Cardiology, 113(3), 439-439. [More Information]
  • Shewan, L., Glatz, J., Bennett, C., Coats, A. (2005). Contemporary (post-Wills) survey of the views of Australian medical researchers: importance of funding, infrastructure and motivators for a research career. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(11/12), 606-611. [More Information]

2013

  • Domett, K., Newton, J., O'Reilly, D., Tayles, N., Shewan, L., Beavan, N. (2013). Cultural Modification of the Dentition in Prehistoric Cambodia. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 23(3), 274-286. [More Information]
  • Newton, J., Domett, K., O’Reilly, D., Shewan, L. (2013). Dental health in Iron Age Cambodia: Temporal variations with rice agriculture. International Journal of Paleopathology, 3(1), 1-10. [More Information]

2012

  • Beavan, N., Halcrow, S., Mcfadgen, B., Hamilton, D., Buckley, B., Sokha, T., Shewan, L., Sokha, O., Fallon, S., Miksic, J., et al (2012). Radiocarbon Dates from Jar and Coffin Burials of the Cardamom Mountains Reveal a Previously Unrecorded Mortuary Ritual in Cambodia's Late- to Post-Angkor Period (15th-17th Centuries AD). Radiocarbon: an international journal of cosmogenic isotope research, 54(1), 1-22.

2011

  • Coats, A., Shewan, L. (2011). Statement on authorship and publishing ethics in the international journal of cardiology. International Journal of Cardiology, 153(3), 239-240. [More Information]

2010

  • Shewan, L., Coats, A. (2010). Ethics in the authorship and publishing of scientific articles. International Journal of Cardiology, 144(1), 1-2. [More Information]

2006

  • Shewan, L., Coats, A. (2006). The Research Quality Framework and its implications for health and medical research: time to take stock? Medical Journal of Australia, 184(9), 463-466. [More Information]
  • Shewan, L. (2006). The Venus figurines. International Journal of Cardiology, 113(3), 439-439. [More Information]

2005

  • Shewan, L., Glatz, J., Bennett, C., Coats, A. (2005). Contemporary (post-Wills) survey of the views of Australian medical researchers: importance of funding, infrastructure and motivators for a research career. Medical Journal of Australia, 183(11/12), 606-611. [More Information]

2004

  • Shewan, L. (2004). Natufian Settlement Systems And Adaptive Strategies: The Issue Of Sedentism And The Potential Of Strontium Isotope Analysis. In Christophe Delage (Eds.), The last hunter-gatherers in the Near East, (pp. 55-94). Oxford: Nicholson Museum, University of Sydney.

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