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Mrs Ratih Arruum Listiyandini

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Mental health services, Clinical and health psychology, Clinical psychology
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Dr. Ratih Arruum holds a PhD from the School of Psychology at UNSW Sydney and currently serves as a Research Officer within the same institution.
Dr Dharani Keyan

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Clinical psychology, Psychiatry (incl. psychotherapy), Digital health, Mental health services
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I am a clinical psychologist and researcher interested in the mechanistic science underpinning psychotherapy interventions.
Dr Gemma Sicouri

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Mental health services, Clinical psychology
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Dr Gemma Sicouri is a Senior Research Associate and Clinical Psychologist at the Black Dog Institute.
Dr Caitlin Sien Ming Cowan

Faculty: Science
Fields of Research (FoR): Applied and developmental psychology, Biological psychology, Clinical psychology, Behavioural neuroscience
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Dr Caitlin Cowan is an NHMRC Investigator fellow and a Scientia Senior Lecturer in the School of Psychology.
Professor Jennie Hudson

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Mental health services, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health and wellbeing, Clinical psychology
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As Director of Research at the Black Dog Institute, I have made distinguished contributions to the scientific understanding and clinic
Scientia Professor Gordon Barraclough Parker

Faculty: Medicine & Health
Fields of Research (FoR): Psychiatry (incl. psychotherapy), Mental health services, Psychopharmacology, Clinical psychology, Personality and individual differences
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I am an academic psychiatrist specialising in mood disorders, with a particular interest in the optimal ways to model and account for heterogeneity in both their diagnosis and tre