Two members of the CSI UNSW research team have recently been awarded their PhD from the University of New South Wales, Australia.
Research Associates Ariella Meltzer and Kerrie-Anne Ho, were awarded their PhD at the University of New South Wales, Australia, in June 2016. The doctorate awards were presented by Professor Susan Dodds and Professor Rodney Phillips.
Ariella Meltzer’s PhD is titled Siblings' relational experiences of disability during young adulthood and focuses on how young adult siblings with and without disabilities perceive the role of disability in their relationship with each other.
Kerrie-Anne Ho’s PhD is titled Optimising transcranial electrical stimulation for the treatment of depression and focuses on novel and non-invasive treatments for depression.
“On behalf of the Centre for Social Impact, I would like to congratulate Dr Meltzer and Dr Ho on their achievements and I look forward to seeing their continued contribution to the development of new knowledge in the field of social impact and social policy”, said Research Director, Professor Kristy Muir.