A/Professor Jerome Maller

Adjunct Professor
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A neuroscientist focusing on multimodal integration of brain measurement and stimulation technologies in order to further understand how the brain works and what happens when things go wrong. Adjunct professor Maller has been in the field of neuroscience for 15 years, involved in the rapid advancement of many of these technologies, such as magnetic resonance imaging, transcranial magnetic stimulation, electroencephalography and electrovestibulography. Equipped with this experience and specialised skill set, he aims to apply his niche abilities to develop new diagnostic tools and treatment strategies for psychiatric disorders. He has been awarded various degrees which were completed at a variety of renown universities, supervised 15 students, published more than 60 articles in peer-reviewed journals, reviews for 16 international journals and invited speaker at a number of conferences and symposia.

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