Dr Lauriane Jugé is a Conjoint Lecturer at the School of Medical Sciences (UNSW) and has been a postdoctoral fellow in medical imaging at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) since 2012. Her research focuses on the use of MRI techniques to elucidate underlying pathophysiology on issues of importance for ageing (e.g. dementia, neural injury and sleep disorders) to determine clinical translation pathways for improving diagnosis and monitoring. Dr Jugé is the leading MR scientist in a research program at NeuRA/UNSW which measures neurovascular injury using multi-modal MRI techniques in sleep apnoea and cardiovascular diseases to establish the potential of early stage interventions and develop new understanding at the intersection of sleep, cognition, vascular and imaging research.
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