Dr Hannah Scott (BPsyc(Hons), PhD) is a Research Fellow at the Flinders Health and Medical Research Institute (FHMRI): Sleep Health investigating the use of digital technologies to better assess and manage sleep health and its disorders. At 3 years post-PhD, Dr Scott has authored 35 publications (17 as first/senior author), 2 book chapters, and 8 successful research funding applications totaling over $600,000. Dr Scott is a co-inventor of THIM: the first wearable device that tracks and treats chronic insomnia. As Primary Investigator, Dr Scott is currently leading a world-first randomised controlled trial comparing digital therapies for the treatment of insomnia. Dr. Scott is co-Chair and co-Founder of the Early Career Researcher Council of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA): Australia’s peak sleep advocacy body. She has received multiple awards including the Flinders University Vice-Chancellor's Early Career Researcher Award, the ASA New Investigator Award, the international Society of Behavioural Sleep Medicine Fellow Rising Star Award, and was Finalist in the Young Innovator Category of the Women in Innovation Awards.
Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), August 2020
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours) - First Class, 2016
2022 Flinders University Vice Chancellor's Early Career Researcher Award
2021 Society of Behavioral Sleep Medicine Fellow Rising Star Award
2020 Australasian Sleep Association New Investigator Award
2019 South Australia Women in Innovation Young Innovator Finalist
2018-2019 Australasian Sleep Association Student Travel Grant
2018 Adelaide Sleep Retreat Young Investigator Award
2018 AMP Amplify Ignite Finalist
2017-2020 Australian Government Research Training Program Scholarship
2016 Flinders University Vice-Chancellor's Honours Thesis Excellence Medal
2013-2016 Chancellor's Letters of Commendation
Honours student supervisor, 2017-present.
PhD student supervisor, 2021-present.
Co-chair of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) Network of Early Career Sleep Researchers in Training (NEST), 2020 - present
Co-chair of the ASA Insomnia and Sleep Health Council, 2020 - 2022
Co-chair of the Australasian Sleep Association (ASA) Insomnia and Sleep Health Council, 2020 - present
Co-chair of the ASA Network of Early Career Sleep Researchers in Training (NEST), 2020 - present
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