Dr Vince Oxenham is a Clinical Neuropsychologist with a special interest in ageing-associated diseases, in particular, differential diagnosis of dementias and assessment of capacity. He also conducts assessments on the impact of brain tumours, aneurysms and AVMs on cognition, especially in relation to clients looking to return to work, study or back to living independently. He completed his Bachelor of Science with honours at the University of Birmingham (UK) and his Doctorate in Clinical Neuropsychology at Macquarie University. Vince currently works at the Prince of Wales Hospital as the neuropsychologist on the aged care wards and has been doing so since 2013. He is also an adjunct fellow and the Clinical Neuropsychology Supervisor and Placement Coordinator for the Clinical Neuropsychology course at Macquarie University as well as a conjoint lecturer at the University of New South Wales. Vince has participated in research exploring the role of cognition in HIV/AIDS and continues to do so through his visiting research officer role at Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA).
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