Deborah Apthorp is a cognitive neuroscientist specialising in the human visual system and its interactions with other sensory systems, and also how changes in these systems might serve as non-invasive ways to track disease progression in diseases like Parkinson’s disease and MS. She is also currently collaborating with machine learning experts to develop new and exciting ways to analyse multimodal longitudinal data in these studies.
PhD in Psychology, 2011
The University of Sydney
Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), 2006
Dip. Mus. (Performance), 1986