Dr Lisa Hutton

General Manager, Monash Biomedical Imaging


PhD, BSc (Biomed) (Hons) Monash University


Tel: +61 3 9902 9782

Fax: +61 3 9902 9817

Email: lisa.hutton@monash.edu


Dr Hutton has been involved in research and project management within Monash University for a number of years. She has established and managed a number of research networks and consortiums during this time. She has also been involved in the project management of strategic research initiatives for the Deputy Dean, Research and Deputy Dean, Special Projects, in the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences. Lisa completed her PhD in the Department of Physiology, Monash University focusing on developmental brain injury.

Affiliations and memberships

  • Australian Neuroscience Society - Victorian Chapter Committee Member
  • Australian Institute of Project Management

Research interests

  • Research management
  • Collaborative network and consortium development and management
  • Biomedical Imaging
  • Neuroscience


  1. Ireland Z, Dickinson H, Fleiss B, Hutton LC, Walker DW. (2010) Behavioural effects of near-term acute fetal hypoxia in a small precocial animal, the spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus). Neonatology. 97(1):45-51.
  2. Hutton LC, Ratnayake U, Shields A, Walker DW. (2009) Neuropathology and functional deficits in a model of birth asphyxia in the precocial spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus). Dev Neurosci. 31(6):523-35.
  3. Hutton LC, Abbass M, Dickinson H, Ireland Z, Walker DW. (2009) Neuroprotective properties of melatonin in a model of birth asphyxia in the spiny mouse (Acomys cahirinus). Dev Neurosci. 2009;31(5):437-51.
  4. Hutton LC, Castillo-Melendez M, Smythe GA, Walker DW. (2008) Microglial activation, macrophage infiltration, and evidence of cell death in the fetal brain after uteroplacental administration of lipopolysaccharide in sheep in late gestation. Am J Obstet Gynecol. Jan;198(1):117.e1-11.
  5. Hutton LC, Yan E, Yawno T, Castillo-Melendez M, Hirst JJ, Walker DW.(2007) Injury of the developing cerebellum: A brief review of the effects of endotoxin and asphyxial challenges in the late gestation sheep fetus. Cerebellum. May 3:1-10.
  6. Hutton LC, Castillo-Melendez M, Walker DW. (2007) Uteroplacental inflammation results in blood brain barrier breakdown, increased activated caspase 3 and lipid peroxidation in the late gestation ovine fetal cerebellum. Dev Neurosci. 29(4-5):341-54.
  7. Broadbear JH, Hutton LC, Clarke IJ, Canny BJ. (2003) Sex differences in the pituitary-adrenal response following acute antidepressant treatment in sheep. Psychopharmacology (Berl). Feb;171(4):450-7.