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Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann MBBS, FRACP, PhD

Division Head — Behavioural Neuroscience

Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann is a Heart Foundation Fellow and Co-Head of the Behavioural Neuroscience Division at The Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health where she runs the Clinical Cognitive Neuroscience laboratory.  She is a stroke and cognitive neurologist at Austin Health and Director of the Eastern Cognitive Disorders Clinic. She is the recipient of many awards and grants for her work in stroke and dementia, including NHMRC project grants, post-Graduate, post-Doctorate, and clinical Career Development Fellowships, and is CIA on a Dementia Research Team Grant. She sits on the editorial boards of Neurology and the International Journal of Stroke, the board and committee of Alzheimer’s Australia Victoria Dementia Research Grants, is an inaugural member of the Wicking Strategic Review Panel, and is a founding member of the Australian Frontotemporal Dementia Association. Her research focuses on the imaging of brain network degenerations following stroke, post-stroke behavioural syndromes, and the diagnosis and management of focal onset dementias.

Research Papers

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Motor speech signature of behavioral variant frontotemporal dementia Refining the phenotype

Journal

Neurology

Volume

89

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837

Date

22/8/2017

Author(s)

Adam P Vogel, Matthew L Poole, Hugh Pemberton, Marja WJ Caverle, Frederique MC Boonstra, Essie Low, David Darby, Amy Brodtmann
Low-frequency oscillations in default mode subnetworks are associated with episodic memory impairments in Alzheimer's disease

Journal

Neurobiology Of Aging

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837

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

M Veldsman, N Egorova, B Singh, D Mungas, C DeCarli, A Brodtmann
Reading on the right when there’s nothing left? Probabilistic tractography reveals hemispheric asymmetry in pure alexia

Journal

Neurocase

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1

Date

10/8/2017

Author(s)

M Veldsman, T Loetscher, A Wood, A Brodtmann
Fractional amplitude of low-frequency fluctuations (fALFF) in post-stroke depression

Journal

Neuroimage: Clinical

Volume

16

Begin Page

116

Date

1/1/2017

Author(s)

N Egorova, M Veldsman, T Cumming, A Brodtmann
Default mode network neurodegeneration reveals the remote effects of ischaemic stroke.

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J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry

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116

Date

26/7/2017

Author(s)

Michele Veldsman, Evan Curwood, Sarah Pathak, Emilio Werden, Amy Brodtmann
Family members' experience of the pre-diagnostic phase of dementia: a synthesis of qualitative evidence

Journal

International Psychogeriatrics

Volume

29

Begin Page

1425

Date

1/9/2017

Author(s)

Kirrily Rogers, Honor Coleman, Amy Brodtmann, David Darby, Vicki Anderson
Comment: Does patient sex affect decision-making after hemorrhagic stroke?

Journal

Neurology

Volume

89

Begin Page

353

Date

25/7/2017

Author(s)

Amy Brodtmann
Structural MRI markers of brain aging early after ischemic stroke

Journal

Neurology

Volume

89

Begin Page

116

Date

11/7/2017

Author(s)

Emilio Werden, Toby Cumming, Qi Li, Laura Bird, Michele Veldsman, Heath R Pardoe, Graeme Jackson, Geoffrey A Donnan, Amy Brodtmann

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Qualifications

Listed below are Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann's qualifications.
  • MBBS
  • FRACP
  • PhD

Awards

Listed below are Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann's awards.
  • 1999 Admitted as a Fellow of the Royal Australian College of Physicians, Australia
  • 2006 Finalist for Australian Association of Neurologists Annual Scientific Meeting Young Investigator Award
  • 2011 Completed University of Melbourne Academic Women in Leadership Program
  • 2016 Recipient of a NHMRC Dementia Research Team Grant