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Nicole Ee

Current Appointments

PhD candidate
Research Assistant
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Nicole completed her Bachelors of Laws and Bachelor of Science (Psychology) (Hons 1) at the Australian National University in 2016. She has since worked across several research projects within Prof Kaarin Anstey’s research program, with a primary focus on risk factors associated with dementia and cognitive decline, and dementia risk reduction.

In 2019, Nicole received a Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship and began her PhD at the University of New South Wales and NeuRA. Her research seeks to explore the relationship between social engagement and cognition in late life. She is also involved in several projects investigating the utility of social interventions for improving health outcomes for older adults.



Cognitive and Mental Health Expectancies

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2019, 13 Aug

A Systematic Review of Meta-Analyses that Evaluate Risk Factors for Dementia to Evaluate the Quantity, Quality, and Global Representativeness of Evidence

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2019, 13 Aug

Air Pollution and Dementia: A Systematic Review

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2019 Jan

Common risk factors for major noncommunicable disease, a systematic overview of reviews and commentary: the implied potential for targeted risk reduction

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