Research associate, UNSW

Kerrie-Anne joined the Centre for Social Impact as a Quantitative Research Associate in August 2015. Kerrie-Anne is an interdisciplinary researcher who has worked with mental health, engineering, economic and social researchers. She has strong quantitative skills and her research aims to measure social impact and bring about positive social change. Her research interests are in mental health (particularly depression), and about how young people navigate the economy.

Kerrie-Anne has a background in psychology and mental health, and has extensive experience working with clinical populations. Kerrie-Anne’s PhD looked at novel, non-invasive brain stimulation techniques for the treatment of depression (UNSW) and she completed a Bachelor of Psychology (Class 1 Honours, UNSW).

Experience

  • –present
    PhD candidate in non-invasive brain stimulation, UNSW Australia

Education

  • 2012 
    The University of New South Wales, B. Psychology (Hons)