Postdoctoral research fellow, Flinders University

My broad research interests are in sleep health, circadian rhythms and psychology of sleep disturbances. My research investigates the underlying causes of sleep disorders and their impact on daytime feelings and functioning. This is in an effort to understand and develop more targeted and effective treatment outcomes (i.e., with the use of cognitive-behaviour therapy, bright light and melatonin administration).

Experience

  • –present
    PhD Candidate, Flinders University

Education

  • 2011 
    Flinders University of South Australia, Bachelor of Behavioural Science

Publications

  • 2015
    Journal of Biological Rhythms, The endogenous circadian temperature period length (tau) in delayed sleep phase disorder compared to good sleepers.
  • 2015
    Sleep Medicine Reviews, The Etiology of Delayed Sleep Phase Disorder
  • 2013
    Journal of Sleep Research, The endogenous circadian temperature period length (tau) in delayed sleep phase disorder compared to good sleepers.