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Sunday28 February 2021

This month we feature research from Jamie Byrne of Hawthorn Node. Jamie is completing her PhD (Clinical Psychology) investigating the interactions between sleep, the body clock, and reward.

This month we feature research from Dr Chris Tailby of Austin Node. Dr Tailby is a clinical neuropsychologist focused on how cognition comes to be disrupted in conditions such as epilepsy.

This month we feature research project work by Dr Mangor Pedersen of Austin Node. Dr Pedersen is focused on understanding the function of large-scale brain networks, or connectomics, in health and disease.

This month we feature research project work by Dr Genevieve Rayner of the Austin Node. Dr Rayner is a clinical neuropsychologist focused on mood and memory problems in people with epilepsy.

This month we feature research project work by Dr Stewart Ryan of Werribee node. Dr Ryan is interested in 3D training models that are useful for learning techniques. For example, coiling vessels to treat a bleeding sinonasal tumour in a horse, guttural pouch empyema in the horse, intrahepatic porstosystemic shunts in the dog; and use of subcutaneous ureteral bypass in cats with ureteral stones.