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Professor Glynda Kinsella Emeritus Professor, Psychology

Glynda Kinsella is Emeritus Professor in the School of Psychology & Public Health, La Trobe University, Melbourne, having retired from the position of Professor of Clinical Neuropsychology in 2018.

Glynda's research interests include the neuropsychological assessment and management of memory and attention in healthy ageing, and also in mild cognitive impairment associated with early Alzheimer's disease or traumatic brain injury. She is a founding member of the La Trobe - Caulfield Hospital (LaTCH) collaboration that developed the LaTCH Memory Group program.

Glynda continues to provide supervision for doctoral students conducting research into mild cognitive impairment in older age, and collaborates with colleagues in ongoing research projects.


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