Professor Christopher Sharpley
Professor - School of Science and Technology
Phone: +61 2 6773 2596
After 10 years as a school teacher, Chris trained as a clinical psychologist and taught psychological assessment and psychotherapy at Monash University and Bond University for 20 years. He was Professor of Clinical Psychology and Health Sciences and the Founding Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences & Medicine at Bond University. He then retrained as a Neuroscientist and is currently Professor of Neuroscience within the School of Science & Technology. His particular research interests are in the interface between the neurobiology and clinical manifestations of depression and clinical aspects of depression in Autism Spectrum Disorder.
BSc, BA, MSc, MEd(Hons), PhD, Dip Psych, FAPS, FCCLP
- Endocrinal, immunological and neurological pathways of depression.
- Anxiety and depression among prostate cancer patients and people with an Autism Spectrum Disorder.
- Depression as an adaptive behavioural response.
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