Dr Jeffrey Rogers - Colloquium 04/05/2012
|Topic:||Attention effects of mild traumatic brain injury|
|Presenter:||Dr Jeffrey Rogers, Australian Catholic University.|
Friday, 4 May, 2012
|Locations:||Lecture Hall D350 (Coffs Harbour campus)|
Video-linked to Lecture Hall P158 (Lismore campus) and to A223 (Tweed Heads Gold Coast Riverside campus)
|About the colloquium:|
The basis of Dr Rogers' presentation is a series of studies on measures of attention following mild traumatic brain injury.
|About the speaker:|
Dr Rogers has recently joined the Australian Catholic University as a lecturer in the School of Psychology. He studied at the University of Michigan in the chilly part of the US, then moved to the University of Western Australia, completing a masters in clinical neuropsychology in 2006 and a PhD in 2007.
He has worked clinically across a variety of settings in Western Australia and New South Wales, including paediatric brain injury rehabilitation, adult brain injury behaviour management, adult mental health wellness and recovery, and acute and community-based older adult mental health care. Dr Rogers' publications reflect the diversity of these experiences, and include investigations of cognition in multiple sclerosis, psychiatric symptomatology after traumatic brain injury, neuroimaging in dementia, and vocational supports for those with severe mental illness.
Updated: 13 March 2013