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Research interests

The group’s research entails an investigation of the ocular motor system as a means of developing an understanding of neurocognitive processes fundamental to normal human behaviour, and how these processes may be, or become, dysfunctional. The work combines a range of sophisticated approaches (ocular motor, neuropsychological and neuroimaging), and primarily explores (dys) function in human lesion and system disorders. Establishing the clinical utility of ocular motor measures is a primary goal of the research, translating research outcomes into clinical practice.

This entails developing and applying methods that can:

  • sensitively measure disease severity and evolution
  • evaluate the efficacy of treatment
  • advance our understanding of the neurobiological bases of phenotypically similar conditions.

Education/Academic qualification

Neuroscience, PhD, Australian National University

Award Date: 15 Jun 1989

Medicine, MD, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 19 Jun 1985

Neuroscience, M.Sc, University of Toronto

Award Date: 15 Sep 1982

Medicine, MB.BS, University of Melbourne

Award Date: 15 Dec 1973

Research area keywords

  • human behaviour
  • Human System Disorders
  • MRI techniques
  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
  • Neurocognitive Processes
  • Neuroimaging
  • Ocular Motor System


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