Megan Hiller

Current Appointments

Research Assistant
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Megan graduated with a Bachelor of Psychology (H1: First Class) from Macquarie University in 2020. Her final thesis was a methodological study comparing subjective and objective measures of driving performance using cognition as a case study. Following on from her studies, Megan is now working as a Research Assistant across two projects within Professor Kaarin Anstey’s research team. Both the Changing Memory, Technology and Driving (MemTech) study and the Better Drive study (a randomised clinical trial) address road safety in drivers over the age of 60. Her plans are to further her academic studies in the Neuropsychology field and to continue to develop a career in research.

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