BA (Psych, Hons I), PhD (Medical Psychology), Grad Certificate (Infant Mental Health), MAPS
Nadine Kasparian is Associate Professor in Medical Psychology at UNSW. She is also Head of Psychology at the Heart Centre for Children, where in 2010, under the auspices of The Sydney Children's Hospitals Network and UNSW Sydney, A/Prof Kasparian established Australasia's first integrated psychology research program and clinical service dedicated to childhood heart disease.
Current roles include:
Since 2007, A/Prof Kasparian has published, or had accepted for publication, over 100 journal articles, abstracts and book chapters, and 10 evidence-based interventions.
In 2015 Nadine developed the Perinatal Psychology course in the UNSW Master of Women's Health degree. This was the first time a course of this kind had been offered at UNSW. She also regularly lectures and provides workshops for a range of organisations, including NSW Institute of Psychiatry, and numerous overseas-based groups.
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A/Prof Kasparian is the recipient of two research fellowships from the National Health and Medical Research Council of Australia (NHMRC). She has a career total of over $17 million in competitive research funding.