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Role: Study Coordinator
Karen Allison is the Study Coordinator for the CogSCAN study. The CogSCAN study aims to evaluate the recently emerging computerised neuropsychological assessment devices in comparison to traditional...
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Role: Lecturer Field: Neurosciences, Biological Psychology (Neuropsychology, Psychopharmacology, Physiological Psychology), Developmental Psychology and Ageing
Research Interests Dementia is one of the top five causes of death in Australia with an increasing incidence due to an aging population. Significant evidence points to oxidative stress (OS) as a...
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Role: Scientia Professor Field: Psychiatry, Aged Health Care, Geriatrics and Gerontology
Research Interests:1)Cognitive health and ageing: What predicts cognitive decline in older people? We are conducting a population based study of >1000 older people to discover what are risk and...
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Role: Postdoctoral Fellow
Nov 2017 - present, Postdoctoral Fellow, UNSW Sydney, Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA). Study of cross-sectional and longitudinal associations between self-reported social engagement and...
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Role: Postdoctoral Fellow Field: Central Nervous System
Dr Vibeke Catts is the Study Coordinator for the Older Australian Twins Study (OATS) at the Centre for Health Brain Ageing (CHeBA), UNSW Sydney. OATS is a longitudinal, multi-centre study that...
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Role: Research Assistant
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Role: Professor of Nursing
CV Summary Professor Lynn Chenoweth (RN, D Com Hlth, BA, MA (Hons), GC Tch/Lrn, M Ad Ed, PhD)   I am a researcher, health clinician and educator. I have been researching aged care, health and aged...
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Role: Administrative Assistant
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Role: Senior Research Officer Field: Applied Statistics, Developmental Psychology and Ageing, Other Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
I obtained the degrees BSc(hons) in Physics and MEngSc in Electrical Engineering (University of Sydney), and a PhD in Psychology (UNSW) in the area of individual differences and human abilities. I am...
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