Emily Si


Research Assistant

Emily completed her Bachelor of Science and Masters of Brain and Mind Sciences at the University of Sydney. She has also studies at the Brain and mind science centre with a focus on therapeutic use of multipotent stem cells in rodent models.

Emily has worked as a research assistant in the school of Psychology at the University of Sydney. She has since then joined the Schizophrenia research laboratory as a research assistant in 2019.


Ibudilast reduces oxaliplatin-induced tactile allodynia and cognitive impairments in rats.

Johnston IN, Tan M, Cao J, Matsos A, Forrest DRL, Si E, Fardell JE, Hutchinson MR

Selective, high-contrast detection of syngeneic glioblastoma in vivo.

Banati RB, Wilcox P, Xu R, Yin G, Si E, Son ET, Shimizu M, Holsinger RMD, Parmar A, Zahra D, Arthur A, Middleton RJ, Liu GJ, Charil A, Graeber MB