ICN EARLY CAREER REPS
Dr. Ann-Marie Morrissey is a Lecturer in Occupational Therapy at the University of Limerick (UL) where she is also a member of the Health Research Institute and the Ageing Research Centre. She completed her PhD at the National University of Ireland, Galway using single-case design to explore the assessment and treatment of people living with prolonged disorders of consciousness. Ann-Marie is interested in the application of N-of-1 trials and other single-case designs in the fields of occupational therapy and rehabilitation. She is passionate about increasing awareness and understanding of this methodology.
Nikola Poli is a graduate Statistician, contributing to research across a number of fields in her position as Research Assistant at the Queensland University of Technology. Nikola is interested in applying her statistical knowledge to clinical trials, with a keen interest in N-of-1 studies. She is also passionate about encouraging young professionals to learn more about the world of research, particularly students with a data analytics background who can be key contributors in health-related studies.
Dr Sam Calder is a speech pathologist and lecturer at the University of Tasmania. He completed his PhD at Curtin University where he evaluated the efficacy of a novel intervention to improve morphosyntax in children with Developmental Language Disorder using a single-case experimental design. He is passionate about encouraging students and clinicians to evaluate the effectiveness of their interventions through the clinical application of N-of-1 trials and single-case designs.
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