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Dr Alyse Brown is a Research Fellow with a background in cognitive neuroscience. The connecting theme throughout their research is disability, with broad expertise in this field having worked with Autistic, ADHD, Dyslexic, intellectual disability, chronic back pain, Cerebral Palsy and Deafblind populations.
Dr Brown’s previous research has examined the temporal function of the visual system in neurotypical and neurodevelopmental disorders, using psychometric and imaging techniques. Furthermore, during a two-year postdoc position at the University of Cambridge’s MRC Cognition and Brain Science Unit (CBU), UK, her work investigated imaging techniques which could be used as a passive measure to inform on semantic processing in non-verbal Autism.
Within her research Alyse has a particular interest in accessible research design, ensuring research is truly representative of a population regardless of disability, and that the development of ethical protocols protect and give voice to people with disability in research.
Currently Alyse is a Research Fellow within the MedTechVic team, where among other projects she is working on developing accessible communication tools for people with disability.
Also published as: Brown, Alyse; Brown, A.; Brown, A. C.; Brown, Alyse C.; Brown, Alyse Christine
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