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Brendan is an early career researcher within the Monash trauma group and iBRAIN Research Laboratory in the Department of Neuroscience at Monash University. Brendan’s PhD focused on electrophysiological changes in women following sports-related concussion. Since completing his Ph.D in psychology in 2020, Brendan has been employed as a postdoctoral researcher at Monash University and The Alfred Hospital. Brendan’s primary research focus is the development of blood and imaging biomarkers or sports-related concussion and “mild” Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).  Brendan has a keen interest in the exploration of the gender difference following “mild” TBI.

Research interests

1. Neuroscience

2. mTBI and Sports concussion

3. Electrophysioloigcal measures

4. Neuropsychological measures

Clinical activities

Education/Academic qualification

Muscle physiology, M.S.c, Western University (Canada)

5 Mar 20127 Jun 2014

Award Date: 10 Jul 2014

Exercise Science, B.S.c, Victoria University

1 Jan 20081 Jan 2012

Award Date: 10 Feb 2010

Psychology, P.h.D, Deakin University

15 Feb 201515 Jul 2019

Research area keywords

  • Blood and imaging biomarkers
  • Sports-related concussions
  • Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI)


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