Dr Eveline Mu

Dr Eveline Mu BSc (Psychology and Psychophysiology), BHSc (Hons), PhD (Cognitive Neuroscience)

Research Fellow and Clinical Trials Co-ordinator

Eveline completed her Doctor of Philosophy (Cognitive Neuroscience) at Swinburne University of Technology in 2021 under the supervision of Professor David Crewther.  her Ph research utilised electrophysiological measures to better understand the early visual processing in the broader autistic phenotype, particularly the mechanisms underlying emotion processing.  Her thesis was nominated for the Wallace Research medal. 

Currently, Eveline’s research focuses on emotion regulation in Complex Trauma Disorder (also known as Borderline Personality Disorder). Her interest in Complex Trauma Disorder stemmed from her initial role as a clinical trials coordinator for the various investigator-initiated and sponsored trials in this population. Eveline is a committed supervisor to Honours students and medical students on placements. She also coordinates the professional development and research forum sessions at MAPrc.

Current projects and key areas of interest

Emotion processing/regulation and cognition in Complex Trauma Disorder

  • The Alison Project – examining the effects of Memantine in emotion regulation and cognition in Complex Trauma Disorder
  • Understanding the early attentional processes using eye tracking and electroencephalograph

Migraines and Complex Trauma Disorder

  • Association between migraines and Complex Trauma Disorder

If you would like to find out more about Eveline's research, please contact eveline.mu@monash.edu

 MAPrc Multidisciplinary Alfred Psychiatry Research Centre, Level 4, 607 St Kilda Road, Melbourne 3004