Dr Marc Jurblum

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Dr Marc Jurblum is an advanced trainee in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry working with the Alfred Hospital Mental Health Service. He completed his medical training through Deakin University and a subsequent Masters of Psychiatry through the University of Melbourne. Marc is a member of the Australasian Society of Aerospace Medicine (ASAM) and was a founding member of the Space Life Sciences Sub-committee. In this capacity he helped establish the Bioastronautics Australia Network and has been a faculty member for the Humans in Space space medicine course run since 2017. He completed the International Space University (ISU) Southern Hemisphere Space Program (SHSSP) in 2014 as well as a Graduate Certificate in Space Studies via the University of South Australia. He is currently enrolled in a PhD through the University of Melbourne working with the St Vincent's Hospital Department of Psychiatry. Marc's research involves recent developments in visual neuroscience and lessons from isolated and confined environment psychology and extreme environment habitat design. The project aims to improve patient recovery as well as staff performance and wellbeing in a stressful healthcare ward setting.

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Going Viral: Episode 152

Dr Marc Jurblum | Created on 18 March 2021
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