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Dr Kylie Radford

Dr Kylie Radford

Dr Radford is a clinical neuropsychologist, conjoint senior lecturer at UNSW, and Research Fellow leading the Aboriginal Health and Ageing Group at NeuRA. She completed her PhD in 2010 at the University of Sydney. Her diverse clinical research experience has involved studying early onset dementia, alcohol dependence, and cognitive rehabilitation for acquired brain injuries, mild cognitive impairment and epilepsy, as well as population brain ageing. This has included experience in a range of research methodologies, such as randomized controlled trials, multicentre studies, longitudinal observational cohort studies, development of psychometric instruments and validation studies.

Since 2009, she has worked with the Koori Growing Old Well Study (KGOWS), an epidemiological study investigating ageing and dementia in urban and regional Aboriginal communities in New South Wales.

Her current NHMRC-ARC Dementia Research Development Fellowship focuses on understanding social and biomedical risk factors for cognitive decline and dementia, and promoting healthy brain ageing in collaboration with urban and rural Aboriginal communities.

Selected Publications

Journal articles

Lim ML; van Schooten KS; Radford KA; Menant J; Lord SR; Sachdev PS; Brodaty H; Delbaere K, 2020, 'The Iconographical Falls Efficacy Scale (IconFES) in community-dwelling older people-a longitudinal validation study.', Age Ageing,
Lavrencic LM; Mack HA; Daylight G; Wall S; Anderson M; Hoskins S; Hindman E; Broe GA; Radford K, 2019, 'Staying in touch with the community: understanding self-reported health and research priorities in older Aboriginal Australians.', Int Psychogeriatr, pp. 1 - 13,