Professor Selena Bartlett is a Group Leader in Neuroscience and Brain Health at the Translational Research Institute. In 2019, she received the Lawrie Austin Plenary award for her contributions to neuroscience by the Australian Neuroscience Society. She is a Research Capacity Building Professor in the School of Clinical Sciences, Faculty of Health, QUT. She has won the Outstanding Achievement Award and Biotech Research Award and is an Ambassador for the Women in Technology organization. Having studied the brain for 25 years she has come to see that there is a missing piece in the language around brain science. Brain health and brain science empowers people to be able to understand why we need to understand how it works, that it can be trained. We deserve to have Thriving Minds.
Areas of expertise:
Lawrie Austin Neurscience Award