One of our key components is to provide education and student-focused research programs, including the supervision and mentoring of undergraduate and graduate students. Recently, three PhD students joined our group who will be supervised by our senior members and early-to-mid career researchers. Here is a short introduction of our new PhD students:
Dana Galligan is a PhD candidate at the University of Queensland working on the improvement of outcomes in mental health. Dana has a strong background in psychology.
Josh Nguyen is currently finishing his clinical psychology registrar program while working on his PhD at the University of Melbourne and Orygen. For his thesis, he works on predictive modelling for early identification of suicidal ideation.
Also located at the University of Melbourne and Orygen, Rochelle Ruby Ye is currently undertaking her PhD with the title “Biopsychosocial underpinnings of transdiagnostic mental illness risk and predicting transition to serious mental illness”. She received a Bachelor of Science (Honours) majoring in Psychology at University of Melbourne and is currently also working as a tutor in undergraduate Psychology subjects and as a sleep scientist.