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Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann MBBS, FRACP, PhD

Division Head — Melbourne Dementia Research Centre

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

Begin Page

837

Date

22/8/N/A

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

Volume

59

Begin Page

98

Date

1/11/N/A

Author(s)

Michele Veldsman, Natalia Egorova, Baljeet Singh, Dan Mungas, Charles DeCarli, Amy Brodtmann
Reading on the right when there’s nothing left? Probabilistic tractography reveals hemispheric asymmetry in pure alexia

Journal

Neurocase

Volume

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Begin Page

1

Date

10/8/N/A

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/N/A

Author(s)

Natalia Egorova, Michele Veldsman, Toby Cumming, Amy Brodtmann
Default mode network neurodegeneration reveals the remote effects of ischaemic stroke.

Journal

J Neurol Neurosurg Psychiatry

Volume

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Begin Page

116

Date

26/7/N/A

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/N/A

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/N/A

Author(s)

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

Journal

Neurology

Volume

89

Begin Page

116

Date

11/7/N/A

Author(s)

Emilio Werden, Toby Cumming, Qi Li, Laura Bird, Michele Veldsman, Heath R Pardoe, Graeme Jackson, Geoffrey A Donnan, Amy Brodtmann
Action myoclonus--renal failure syndrome: characterization of a unique cerebro-renal disorder

Journal

Brain

Volume

127

Begin Page

2173

Date

N/A

Author(s)

BADHWAR, S BERKOVIC, P DOWLING, GONZALES, NARAYANAN, AG BRODTMANN, BERZEN, CAVINESS, TRENKWALDER, WINKELMANN, RIVEST, LAMBERT, HERNANDEZ-COSSIO, CARPENTER, ANDERMANN, ANDERMANN
Spouses' experience of behavioural-variant frontotemporal dementia in the pre-diagnostic phase

Journal

Journal Of Neurochemistry

Volume

138

Begin Page

257

Date

1/8/N/A

Author(s)

K Rogers, A Brodtmann, D Darby, V Anderson
Fluctuating cognition in dementia with Lewy bodies and Alzheimer's disease is qualitatively distinct

Journal

Journal Of Neurology, Neurosurgery And Psychiatry

Volume

75

Begin Page

382

Date

N/A

Author(s)

JM BRADSHAW, MM SALING, M HOPWOOD, A BRODTMANN
Glioneuronal tumours in neurofibromatosis type 1: mRI-pathological study

Journal

Journal Of Clinical Neuroscience

Volume

11

Begin Page

745

Date

N/A

Author(s)

M FEDI, LA MITCHELL, RM KALNINS, DHG GUTMANN, AP PERRY, R NEWTON, AG BRODTMANN, SF BERKOVIC
Episodic Memory Decline Predicts Cortical Amyloid Status in Community-Dwelling Older Adults

Journal

Journal Of Alzheimer's Disease

Volume

26

Begin Page

627

Date

N/A

Author(s)

D Darby, A Brodtmann, R Pietrzak, J Fredrickson, M Woodward, V Villemagne, A Fredrickson, P Maruff, C Rowe
Using cognitive decline in novel trial designs for primary prevention and early disease-modifying therapy trials of Alzheimer's disease

Journal

International Psychogeriatrics

Volume

23

Begin Page

1376

Date

N/A

Author(s)

D Darby, A Brodtmann, M Woodward, M Budge, P Maruff
Cutting a long story short: Reaction times in acute stroke are associated with longer term cognitive outcomes

Journal

Journal Of The Neurological Sciences

Volume

322

Begin Page

102

Date

15/11/N/A

Author(s)

Toby B Cumming, Amy Brodtmann, David Darby, Julie Bernhardt
Modulation of attentional networks by physical activity after stroke

Journal

International Journal Of Stroke

Volume

10

Begin Page

37

Date

1/9/N/A

Author(s)

M Veldsman, T Cumming, Q Li, E Werden, L Bird, A Brodtmann
Objective monitoring of dysarthria in FTD-MND: a case series

Journal

Not Found

Volume

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Begin Page

751

Date

N/A

Author(s)

A VOGEL, M Poole, D Darby, A Brodtmann
Quantification of motor speech in primary progressive aphasia and frontotemporal dementia

Journal

Journal Of Neurochemistry

Volume

138

Begin Page

348

Date

1/8/N/A

Author(s)

M Poole, A Brodtmann, D Darby, A Vogel
Cortical excitability and recovery curve analysis in generalized epilepsy

Journal

Neurology

Volume

53

Begin Page

1347

Date

12/10/N/A

Author(s)

A Brodtmann, RAL Macdonell, AK Gilligan, J Curatolo, SF Berkovic
Behçet's disease with cerebral vasculitis

Journal

Internal Medicine Journal

Volume

31

Begin Page

560

Date

N/A

Author(s)

LS Scardamaglia, P DESMOND, MFG Gonzales, AB Bendrups, AB Brodtmann, TWHK Kay
Action myoclonus-renal failure syndrome: Characterization of a novel autosomal recessive disease.

Journal

American Journal Of Human Genetics

Volume

71

Begin Page

258

Date

1/10/N/A

Author(s)

A Badhwar, F Andermann, S Berkovic, S Carpenter, M Gonzales, J Dowling, A Brodtmann, J Caviness, L Berzen, A Rothdach, O HernandezCossio, E Andermann
Quality of stroke care within a hospital: effects of a mobile stroke service

Journal

Medical Journal Of Australia

Volume

182

Begin Page

160

Date

N/A

Author(s)

A VAN DER WALT, A GILLIGAN, DA CADILHAC, A BRODTMANN, DC PEARCE, GA DONNAN
Hashimoto encephalopathy and down syndrome

Journal

Archives Of Neurology

Volume

66

Begin Page

663

Date

1/5/N/A

Author(s)

A Brodtmann
Dementia and stroke: The present and future epidemic

Journal

International Journal Of Stroke

Volume

5

Begin Page

453

Date

1/12/N/A

Author(s)

T Cumming, A Brodtmann
IJS announces journal series on stroke, cognition and vascular dementia

Journal

International Journal Of Stroke

Volume

6

Begin Page

375

Date

1/10/N/A

Author(s)

A 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