Researcher

Dr Ying Xu

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Biography

Ying Xu holds a PhD from the University of Sydney.  She is a postdoctoral fellow at the Neuroscience Research Australia, and a conjoint lecturer in the School of Psychology UNSW.  Before relocating to Sydney, Ying was a clinician in ophthalmologic residency training at Shanghai General Hospital.  In the current position, she is using systematic review and advanced statistical approaches to exam how lifecourse high blood pressure increases the...view more

Ying Xu holds a PhD from the University of Sydney.  She is a postdoctoral fellow at the Neuroscience Research Australia, and a conjoint lecturer in the School of Psychology UNSW.  Before relocating to Sydney, Ying was a clinician in ophthalmologic residency training at Shanghai General Hospital.  In the current position, she is using systematic review and advanced statistical approaches to exam how lifecourse high blood pressure increases the risk of cognitive decline or dementia.


My Grants

Chief Investigator A, UNSW Ageing Futures Institute, Eye biomarkers for cognitive impairment $38,700, 2020

Associate Investigator, UNSW Ageing Futures Institute, Intergeneration integration project $48,210, 2020


My Qualifications

The University of Sydney, Australia, Doctor of Philosophy

Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China, Doctor of Medicine

East China Normal University, China, Bachelor of Science

 


My Awards

University of Sydney Postgraduate Award (AU$27,596 per annum, 2017 to 2019)

Chinese government award for outstanding self-finance students (US$6,000, 2018)

Postgraduate Research Support Scheme (PRSS) and top-up from the School’s Research Student Grant Scheme (RSGS) for international, domestic conference and for research equipment, University of Sydney (AU$4,734)

32nd International Epilepsy Congress travel bursary (€400) and waiver of registration fee, International League Against Epilepsy

 

 

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