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Publications for Lee-Fay Low. Publications for Lee-Fay Low. 2019. Low, L., McGrath, M., Swaffer, K., Brodaty, H. ... Low, L., Harrison, F., Lackersteen, S. (2013). Does personality affect risk for dementia?

Residential aged-care doesn't meet older people's emotional needs

Fundamental needs not met by Australia's current aged-care system. In the wake of ABC's Four Corners investigation Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low explains why Australia's aged-care ... This article was written by Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low,

Seven steps to help you choose the right home care provider

Older people needing extra help to live at home now have greater choice when it comes to the types of subsidised government care they receive, writes Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low. ... This article was written by Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low and

How to talk to people with dementia

September is Dementia Awareness Month. Hearing the same questions over and over again can be frustrating, but it’s important to stay calm, writes Lee-Fay Low, Associate Professor in Ageing

$5.4m boost for Sydney dementia research

7 August 2017 -
Associate Professor Lee-Fay Low, from the Faculty of Health Sciences, was awarded $722, 358 (Leadership Fellowship) to test and advocate for rehabilitation interventions immediately post-diagnosis and as part of

Professor Lisa Bero

Professor Lisa Bero is a researcher in evidence-based health care who is internationally renowned for her studies on the integrity of clinical and basic research evidence that is used to influence…

Associate Professor Chiara Neto

BSc (Hons), University of Florence, Italy, 1998 PhD, University of Florence, Italy, 2001 Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Ulm and Saarland University, Germany, 2002-2003 ARC Postdoctoral Fellow,…

Professor Jennie Brand-Miller

Professor Jennie Brand-Miller – or GI Jennie, as she is known – is internationally recognised for her groundbreaking work that developed a way to measure the body’s absorption of carbohydrates, now…

Professor Justin Harris

Justin Harris graduated with a PhD in Psychology from The University of New South Wales in 1995. After working as a post-doctoral researcher in Verona and Trieste, in Italy, as well as at The…