Natasha Lannin

    Natasha Lannin is a Professor (Neuroscience) with Monash University and Professor (Allied Health) with Alfred Health, Melbourne. She is a current Heart Foundation Future Leader Fellow (2019-2022) investigating translation of clinical practice guidelines into everyday clinical care after Stroke. Working within the Alfred Health hospital network, she conducts clinical trials investigating the effectiveness of rehabilitation interventions as well as translation research into improving the long-term outcomes for those living with an acquired brain injury from stroke or traumatic causes. She has published widely in leading journals such as Stroke, Journal of Epidemiology, and Clinical Rehabilitation, and has received competitive research grants from federal government (including NHMRC), state government (including the Transport Accident Commission) and philanthropic organisations (including the National Stroke Foundation).