Biography & Research:
Associate Professor Amy Brodtmann 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.