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Antonio Verdejo

Meet MICCN’s new Professor!

MICCN’s Antonio Verdejo-Garcia has been promoted to the rank of full professor, effective 1 January 2019 – almost six years to the day when he started with Monash!

6 December, 2018
USERN Award

MICCN Professor receives international award

The many scientific achievements of Prof Alex Fornito have been ultimately recognised through the award of a USERN (Universal Scientific Education and Research Network) Prize.

6 December, 2018
5Point funding

Training the Vulnerable Teen Brain

Professor Kim Cornish and Dr Hannah Kirk, the inventors of TALI Train – the first attention training program to support young children with attention issues – are now turning their attention to the needs of adolescents.

6 December, 2018
Sid Chopra

MICCN PhD student awarded the 2018 Malcolm MacMillan Prize

The Board of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA) has awarded the 2018 Malcolm MacMillan Prize to MICCN Clinical PhD student, Mr Sidhant (Sid) Chopra, for his submission; "Differentiating the effects of disease and medication

6 December, 2018
ONR

New study set to unravel the neurobiology of human decision-making

Humans make decisions across a variety of settings, often in the face of stress, uncertainty, or time pressure. The impact can be great.

6 December, 2018
LB

PhD candidate awarded Nurses Memorial Centre Scholarship

Monash University and Alertness CRC PhD Candidate, Lauren Bulfin, has been awarded a Nurses Memorial Centre Scholarship, which will potentially enable her to better manage fatigue in shift working doctors and nurses.

6 December, 2018
CCN Award

MICCN Professor receives APS College Award of Distinction

Prof Jennie Ponsford, AO has been presented with the 2018 Australian Psychological Society (APS) College of Clinical Neuropsychologists (CCN) Award of Distinction at the recent APS College of Clinical Neuropsychologists Conference in Brisbane,

6 December, 2018
HK

MICCN TALI Train presentation recognised by the Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society

MICCN’s Dr Hannah Kirk has been presented with the award for Best Presentation by a Postdoc at this year’s Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Society (ACNS) Conference.

6 December, 2018