Past NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellow and current ARC Discovery Early Career Research Fellow.
Works collaboratively with health professionals, patients and the public to design and conduct high quality and relevant research.
Develops and evaluates rehabilitation interventions designed to optimise function and quality of life, especially in older people.
Interest in technology use in rehabilitation.
Expertise in knowledge translation and leading applied translational research projects.
Experienced and registered occupational therapist.
B App Sc (OT), M Clin Rehab, Certificate in Implementation Science (UCSF), PhD
Stroke Society of Australasia New Investigator Award
NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellowship
Norington Lecture Award, awarded by the Rehabilitation Medicine Society Australia and New Zealand
Flinders University Vice Chancellor's early career research prize
Leads projects which test the efficacy of rehabilitation interventions or technological application in rehabilitation. Knowledge translation activities. Supervision of higher degree research students. Available to speak at community events.
Experienced in conducting research with patient and public involvement
Member of the NHMRC Cognitive Decline Partnership Centre (with funding from Dementia Australia, Brightwater Care, HammondCare and Helping Hand Aged Care)
Collaborations with clinicians and non government aged care organisations
Registered occupational therapist and convenes interest group on care of older people for OT Australia
Associate Editor for the Australian Occupational Therapy Journal
Public presentations for community groups (eg Rotary Clubs)
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