Professor, Future Leader Fellow
Caulfield South Victoria, Victoria – Australia
Natasha A. Lannin (PhD) is a rehabilitation researcher with a research program that is designed to improve the outcomes for adults undergoing neurological rehabilitation. In addition to her substantive academic position with Alfred Health, she holds research appointments at Monash University, the John Walsh Institute for Rehabilitation Research of The University Sydney and The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health of University of Melbourne (Stroke Division). She chairs the management committee of the Australian Stroke Clinical Registry (www.auscr.com.au), holds a Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellowship, and is the lead investigator on clinical trials in stroke rehabilitation. With an international and national reputation, she leads team of stroke rehabilitation researchers working in partnership with pre-clinical scientists, clinicians and consumers.
Wednesday, November 6
10:30 AM – 11:45 AM