Eye movements in neurodegenerative disease
- Saccadic eye movements in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases
- Brain activity during volitional saccades in young people at very high risk of developing psychosis (with Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre)
- Saccadic eye movements in Niemann-Pick Type C disease, looking at changes over time in treated and untreated patients (with Melbourne Neuropsychiatry Centre)
- Eye movements and cognition in anorexia nervosa.(with the department of psychiatry at Melbourne and with the Brain and Psychological Sciences Centre at Swinburne University)
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