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Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Scientia Professor, Co-Director CHeBA Field: Psychiatry, Aged Health Care, Geriatrics and Gerontology
Research Interests: 1) Prevention of cognitive decline and dementia - Maintain Your Brain, a randomised controlled trial of 6326persons has been completed; analyses are underway; (2) Cognitive health and ageing: What predicts cognitive decline in older people? Our Memory and Ageing Study followed a population based sample of 1037 people aged 70-90 when recruited in 2006/07 in detail every two...
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Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Conjoint Professor
From 2000 - 2013 I was Scientific Director, Ageing Research Centre, Prince of Wales Hospital (POWH); Senior Principal Research Fellow, Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA); and Conjoint Professor of Geriatric Medicine, UNSW From 2014 - 2020 I have been head of the Ageing Research Centre at NeuRA and head of the Aboriginal Health and Ageing Program until 2017 From 2017 - 2021 I have been head...
Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Conjoint Senior Lecturer
Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Adjunct Professor
Research Interests: In the field of inflammation I have clinical and research interests. Clinically, I am interested in the consequences of inflammatory diseases on the CNS, vasculitides as well as treatment of connective tissue diseases. My research interests are in several areas including chronic inflammatory diseases such as atherosclerosis and rheumatoid arthritis. I am also actively...
Faculty: Medicine (Transactional) Role: Postdoctoral Fellow Field: Neurosciences, Psychiatry (incl. Psychotherapy), Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology), Central Nervous System
Since joining the Lenroot Group at Neuroscience Research Australia and the School of Psychiatry as a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow, I have been engaged in the study of healthy and atypical brain development in children and adolescents using structural and functional MRI, as well as a variety electrophysiological techniques such as the electroencephalograph (EEG), cardiovascular and electrodermal...
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Faculty: Science Role: Professor Field: Health, Clinical and Counselling Psychology, Psychological Methodology, Design and Analysis
RESEARCH AREAS: Post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety: assessment, cognitive processes, and treatment. Experimental and clinical investigation of dissociative processes: memory, trauma, and dissociation. Clinical and experimental hypnosis. Autobiographical memory in clinical disorders. ACADEMIC CAREER B.A. (Hons.), University of Sydney, 1983 M.Clin. Psych., Macquarie University, 1986 Ph.D.,...
Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Conjoint Senior Lecturer
Research Interests: Involved in research looking at the way vascular risk factors and vascular pathology effect the expression of various types of cognitive impairment and dementia, and in ways of preventing and treating these. Involved in research looking at the role cognitive impairment in precipitating and perpetuating homelessness in elderly people. Broad Research Areas:Psychiatry, Ageing,...
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Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Conjoint Professor
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Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Professor
Since completing my PhD into the epidemiology of prisoner health, I have continued to conduct research into offender populations.  I have conducted numerous studies examining the health of adult and juvenile offenders and have co-authored many peer-reviewed journal articles on the health of offenders.  Areas of interest include: mental illness, the role of traumatic brain injury in offending...
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Faculty: Medicine & Health Role: Conjoint Associate Professor Field: Paediatrics, Neurology and Neuromuscular Diseases
Dr Annie Bye OAM is a Conjoint Associate Professor in the Discipline of Paediatrics in the School of Women's & Children's Health. She is a Senior Paediatric Neurologist at Sydney Children’s Hospital and Departmental Head. Memberships: Australian & New Zealand Association of Neurologists Royal Australian College of Physicians Australian College of Paediatrics Australian Child Neurology...