Dr Clare Ramsden


Dr Clare Ramsden is a Clinical Neuropsychologist and Deputy Director of Allied Health at the Tasmanian Health Service, South. She completed her doctoral studies in Clinical Neuropsychology at La Trobe University, before going on to work in clinical roles in acquired brain injury and rehabilitation services. She has worked as a Consultant in Neuropsychology and Rehabilitation in the United Kingdom, a Director of Allied Health, Scientific and Technical Services in New Zealand and is currently the Deputy Director of Allied Health at Hospitals South, Tasmanian Health Service. Clare has ongoing interests in neuropsychology, neurorehabilitation, workforce development and wellbeing. She is a committee member of the Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment (ASSBI) and the Organisation for Psychological Research in Stroke (OPsyRIS). She recently completed her Masters of Leadership (Health & Human Services) at University of Tasmania. She is a Clinical Senior Lecturer with the Tasmanian School of Medicine, University of Tasmania.


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Going Viral: COVID and the brain

Dr Lucette Cysique | Created on 10 March 2022
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