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Natasha Lannin is a Professor in Neuroscience. She is an occupational therapist by professional background and a Fellow of the American Occupational Therapy Foundation Academy of Research, and the Occupational Therapy Australia Research Academy. Professor Lannin is a Heart Foundation Senior Future Leader and as such has been recognised as one of the nation's most outstanding leaders of clinical and applied health research in stroke.

She leads the Brain Recovery and Rehabilitation Research Group in the Department of Neuroscience (Central Clinical School, Monash University). The group works with people to improve long-term outcomes for adults after neurological damage, in particular from stroke and traumatic brain injury.

Education/Academic qualification

Implementation Science, Graduate Certificate, University of California System

Award Date: 1 Sep 2017

Neuroscience, PhD, Western Sydney University

Award Date: 9 Aug 2006

Case Management, Graduate Diploma, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 12 Mar 2000

Occupational Therapy, Bachelor of Science, Curtin University

Award Date: 19 Feb 1997

External positions

Professor, Alfred Health

Research area keywords

  • Stroke
  • Brain injury
  • Implementation science
  • Clinical Trials
  • Participation
  • Participatory research
  • Movement neuroscience
  • Allied health
  • guideline implementation


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