Dr Anandit John Mathew

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PhD Student Research Assistant

+61 2 9399 1840


Anandit completed his medical undergraduate (M.B.B.S) in 2008 and his postgraduate training (M.D -Physiology) in 2016. His M.D thesis explored spinal neuroplasticity and its effect on spinal reflexes. Anandit is currently working on multiple projects exploring the effects of Acute Intermittent Hypoxia (AIH) on neuroplasticity of respiratory and somatic motor function in people with spinal cord injuries towards his PhD under Professors Jane Butler and Simon Gandevia.

Projects Dr Anandit John Mathew is currently involved with

CURRENT PROJECTS

Therapeutic acute intermittent hypoxia to restore voluntary function after spinal cord injury

Therapeutic acute intermittent hypoxia to restore voluntary function after spinal cord injury

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Therapeutic acute intermittent hypoxia to restore voluntary function after spinal cord injury

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