Senior Research Officer, Neuroscience Research Australia

Jasmine has a background in exercise science and gained a PhD in applied physiology/biomechanics from the University of New South Wales in 2008. Her research interests span understanding risk factors for falls in older people, and sensory, cognitive and neuromuscular factors contributing to postural stability, stepping and gait in aging and clinical populations. In addition to conducting experimental studies, Jasmine has also been managing several prospective falls risk cohort studies of older adults. She is currently coordinating a large NHMRC-funded randomised controlled trial of multifaceted interventions to improve dizziness symptoms in older adults.

Experience

  • –present
    Senior Research Officer, Neuroscience Research Australia