Meihui completed a Bachelor of Psychological Science (Honours) at the University of New South Wales. Her honours’s thesis investigated on how the Value-modulated attentional capture is augmented by win-related sensory cues. She also assisted in the randomised controlled electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) for severe depression clinical research trial at Ramsay Clinic Northside. She joined NeuRA late 2022 as a research assistant. Currently, she is assisting Connected advice for cognitive health (Mycoach) project within Anstey team.
Please note, due to high recruitment numbers of certain groups, we can now only accept female participants aged 75 years or older and male participants aged 65 years or older.
What is the MyCoach Trial about?
This research aims to test the effectiveness of a healthy lifestyle intervention designed to support healthy brain ageing and reduce dementia risk. The course is tailored for people experiencing changes or concerns in thinking, memory or cognition. The intervention will run for 12 weeks, and the study will also involve a 13-week, 6-month and 1-year follow-up interview (more information below).
What is involved in this research trial?
Interested volunteers will complete an eligibility screening to confirm this study is a good match. Next, volunteers will be randomised into one of two groups: MyCoach Intervention or Email information. To ensure the research is fair and unbiased, the group is chosen randomly – like pulling names from a hat.
You may be eligible to participate in the MyCoach Trial if you:
* We are currently only accepting female participants aged 75 years or older and male participants aged 65 years or older.
Expressions of interest
If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please register below or contact us directly on 02 9399 1853 or email@example.com.