Iris Liang

Iris Liang – BSc (Hons)

Research Assistant, Women Mental Health Division

Iris is a Study Coordinator and Research Assistant in the Women’s Mental Health division of MAPrc. Iris graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree at the University of Melbourne majoring in human anatomy and physiology, and completed her research thesis with first class honours. Based at the Melbourne Brain Centre in the Royal Melbourne Hospital, her Honours research examined the correlation of different imaging modalities in patients treated with intra-arterial therapy following acute ischaemic stroke. Following this, Iris joined MAPrc in 2018 where she coordinates two clinical trials investigating the use of adjunctive memantine in the treatment of complex trauma disorder and the use of tibolone in the treatment of first-onset or relapse depression in perimenopausal women. As part of her role, Iris oversees participant recruitment and administering neuropsychological assessments.

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