Monique Boord

PhD Candidate
University of South Australia

Adelaide, SA

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I am a final year PhD candidate at the University of South Australia's Cognitive Ageing and Impairment Neurosciences (CAIN) Laboratory, supervised by A/Prof Hannah Keage and Dr Scott Coussens. My research focuses on using resting state electroencephalography (EEG) and event-related potentials (ERPs) to characterise neural vulnerability to delirium and its subtypes. 

Delirium is a serious Neurocognitive disorder experienced by 1 in 4 older hospitalised older adults. Consequences of delirium are severe and include cognitive impairment, increased dementia risk and higher mortality. Delirium is conceptualised as a disorder of brain disintegration, and my research aims to characterise this brain vulnerability to delirium using EEG and ERPs.