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Dr Rowena Mobbs MBBS BMedSci(Hons1) PhD FRACP is Senior Lecturer, Department of Clinical Medicine at Macquarie University, subspecialist in cognitive neurology. She is a leading clinician in concussion, chronic traumatic encephalopathy, and dementia services. Rowena is highly committed to the integration of multidisciplinary care and research translation within teaching and mentoring programs. Dr Mobbs champions a patient-centred approach as well as community advocacy for those living with dementia. 

Following her training at the Royal Adelaide Hospital she completed a Fellowship in cognitive and behavioural neurology, neurological sleep disorders, and movement disorders at the Brain and Mind Centre. Dr Mobbs and held a role as Clinical Co-Director of the Australian Sports Brain Bank, lead on the Macquarie University Concussion and Repetitive Head Trauma Research Group, driven by a strong sporting experience having represented Australia in modern pentathlon and fencing, and state teams in hockey, triathlon and cross-country running.

She completed a PhD on cell death in neurodegenerative changes in acute and chronic compressive myelopathy, and was twice awarded the Spine Society of Australia award for research. Dr Mobbs' vision is for the expansion of collaborative and innovative neurological services in dementia, identified to be one of the National Health Priority Areas. 

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