Miranda R Chilver
Miranda is research assistant and third-year Psychology PhD student at UNSW/NeuRA. Her work is focused on better understanding the physiological basis of mental wellbeing and ways in which this understanding can be used to develop more effective wellbeing interventions. She has presented work at the Society of Mental Health Research, Neuroscience Research Australia webinars, Biological Psychiatry Australia, and this is her second time at the IPPA World Congress. She currently teaches second and third year psychology at UNSW alongside her PhD studies.
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