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Asthma: Young adult self management

This project will employ illness narrative qualitative research methods, and video and audio recordings of young Australians who are living with asthma. The work follows on fro more...

Supervisor(s): Smith, Lorraine (Dr), Armour, Carol (Professor)

Type 1 diabetes: Young adult self management

This project will employ illness narrative qualitative research methods, and video and audio recordings of young Australians who are living with type 1 diabetes. The work follows on more...

Supervisor(s): Smith, Lorraine (Dr)

Early interventions to enhance sleep spindles and optimise memory consolidation in older adults: A high-density EEG sleep study

This study will test exciting new treatment approaches to improve cognition in older people. It involves a clinical trial to deliver an early pharmacological intervention to enhance more...

Supervisor(s): D’Rozario, Angela (Dr)

The long term effects of childhood cancer treatment

The Long Term Follow up Clinic has a large cohort of childhood survivors of cancer who are now adolescents and young adults, and provides many opportunities for clinical research more...

Supervisor(s): Steinbeck, Kate (Professor)

Understanding autism and its treatment

We have recently established an Autism Research group within the Brain and Mind Research Institute. We seek to substantially advance knowledge about autism and to lead the worl more...

Supervisor(s): Guastella, Adam (Associate Professor)

Understanding the neural mechanisms of Lisdexamfetamine dimesylate (LDX) pharmacotherapy in Binge-Eating Disorder

While Lisdexamfetamine dimesylate (LDX) is indicated for moderate to severe binge-eating disorder (BED), the exact mode of its therapeutic action in BED remains unknown. This projec more...

Supervisor(s): Griffiths, Kristi (Dr), Kohn, Michael (Associate Professor)

Community Knowledge of Concussion in Youth and Adolescent Sport

The football codes are physically demanding collision sports. Other sports (eg  netball and cycling) have an element of risk of head injury. Child players can be exposed to hi more...

Supervisor(s): Orr, Rhonda (Dr)