a little bit about me
I am an intern at The Alfred Hospital. Since completing my honours degree at The Ocular-Motor Laboratory at The Royal Melbourne Hospital, I have developed an interest in neurology, particularly in neuroimmunology and multiple sclerosis.
As a result, I have subsequently undertaken projects at MSBase and CORe under the supervision of A/Prof Tomas Kalincik, with a primary interest in using real-world data to analyse predictors of disability progression in multiple sclerosis.
- Impairment of Smooth Pursuit as a Marker of Early Multiple Sclerosis.
- Retinal ganglion cell loss in neuromyelitis optica: a longitudinal study.
- Ocular motor measures of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis I: inhibitory control.
- Ocular motor measures of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis II: working memory.
- Ocular motor signatures of cognitive dysfunction in multiple sclerosis.
- Highly active immunomodulatory therapy ameliorates accumulation of disability in moderately advanced and advanced multiple sclerosis.