Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Monash University
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Dr Kate Gould is a clinician-researcher who is passionate about improving the lives of people with acquired brain injury (ABI). She is a Clinical Neuropsychologist in private practice, with a focus on the assessment, diagnosis and rehabilitation of cognitive, behavioural and psychological features of ABI. Dr Gould has been providing community-based intervention employing evidence-based practice for over 10 years. She received the 2018 ASSBI Early Career Clinical Innovation Award from the Australasian Society for the Study of Brain Impairment. Dr Gould is also a Research Fellow at the Monash-Epworth Rehabilitation Research Centre (MERRC) where she is conducting research on addressing challenging behaviour and cyberscams after brain injury. Dr Gould received the 2018 Allen Martin Research Scholarship Award from the Summer Foundation to continue her advocacy work on cyberscams and undertake pioneering research in this area. She completed a Doctorate in Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) under the supervision of Professor Jennie Ponsford, AO, in which she undertook a landmark prospective longitudinal study of post-traumatic brain injury psychiatric disorders. Dr Gould has published multiple peer-reviewed studies and contributed to book chapters on the cognitive, behavioural, neuroanatomical and psychological features of brain injury. Dr Gould regularly presents at local and international conferences, showcasing the centre’s psychiatric and neurobehavioural research. She supervises and lectures doctoral and honours students in clinical psychology and clinical neuropsychology at Monash University.