Stephanie Wong is a NHMRC Research Fellow and Clinical Neuropsychologist with 10 years' experience in clinical dementia research. Her research combines neuropsychology, cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging to investigate the neurobiological bases of motivation, reward processing and financial capability in aging and dementia. Through her research and clinical work, she aims to translate research findings into advances in clinical practice and interventions, thereby improving quality of life in individuals living with dementia and their families.
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PhD (Psychology), Master of Clinical Neuropsychology, BPsych(Hons)
2021–2025 National Health and Medical Research Council Investigator Grant (EL1), Challenging behaviours in dementia: mechanisms, assessment and interventions
2021 Ecstra Foundation Financial Wellbeing and Ageing Well Grants, Financial skills in older adults
2019–2021 Dementia Australia Research Foundation Hazel Hawke Research Grant in Dementia Care, Financial vulnerabilities in younger onset dementia: insights for targeted interventions
Member, Australian Psychological Society
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