With a background in physiotherapy, I completed my PhD in 2016 on the topic of musculoskeletal and cardiometabolic changes post-stroke, and relationships with physical activity. 

I work as the AVERT Program manager at The Florey, where I am involved in the study of post-stroke physical activity and its effect on brain blood flow, the establishment of international research standards, and co-design of services for young people with stroke. I also work part time in Allied Health Research Translation at St Vincent's Hospital.

I am currently on leave until March 2020.

Key collaborators:

Prof Elif Ekinci, Director of Diabetes at Austin Health, and Sir Edward Dunlop Medical Research Foundation Principal Research Fellow in Metabolic Medicine The University of Melbourne.

Prof Gustavo Duque, Director of Australian Institute Musculoskeletal Science (AIMSS)

  • Location

    Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, Austin
    245 Burgundy Street
    Heidelberg
    VIC 3084

PROJECTS SUPERVISED

Awards and achievements

2017 Australian Physiotherapy Association Best Neurology Paper
2017 Aust & NZ Bone & Mineral Society Travel Grant
2016 WISPP Science communication finalist
2016 Ian Potter Travel Grant
2014 Austin Life Sciences Allied Health Research Award

Research Papers

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