Doctor of Philosophy / Master of Clinical Neuropsychology, Provisional Psychologist, Assoc. MAPS
MPsych/PhD (Clin.Neuro.), Grad. Dip. (Psych., Pre-Practice), MTeach, Grad. Dip. Legal Practice, LLB (Hons), BA (Hons)
Brittany is a Masters/PhD candidate in Clinical Neuropsychology at the University of Western Australia, a Provisional Psychologist, and a Researcher at Telethon Kids Institute. Her research investigates neurocognitive functioning and developmental trajectories of siblings of persons with neurodevelopmental conditions. This research is funded by an NHMRC Ideas Grant. Brittany plans to work across the specialities of forensic and paediatric neuropsychology, and acute neurology, and continue research into identifying transdiagnostic neurocognitive processes underlying neurodevelopmental conditions. She also has current research focuses on prevention, early identification, and management of neurodevelopmental conditions such as autism and Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, and neuropsychological profiles of gifted children.