Assoc Prof Kay Double is an academic and neurochemist with a strong interest in neuronal vulnerability in movement disorders and the development of neuroprotective treatments. At NeuRA, her collaboratorions span projects in neuroimaging of dopaminergic dysfunction, neuropathology in Parkinson's disease and neurogenesis in neurodegenerative conditions. Her laboratory is based at the Brain and Mind Centre, University of Sydney. Assoc Prof Double teaches at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels at the University of Sydney and hosts Australian and international undergraduate and graduate students completing research projects in her laboratory. She has extensive national and international collaborations and holds the postdoctoral degree of the Habilitation (University of Würzburg, Germany).