Dr Rachael Cvejic

Dr Rachael Cvejic

Senior Lecturer
  • Bachelor of Psychology (Honours), Southern Cross University
  • Master of Brain and Mind Sciences, The University of Sydney
  • PhD (Psychiatry), UNSW Sydney
Medicine & Health
School of Clinical Medicine

I am a registered psychologist and early career researcher with broad research interests including neuropsychology and neuropsychiatry. My clinical and research experience includes working with people with mild and major neurocognitive disorders, intellectual and developmental disability, mental health conditions, and inherited neurodegenerative disorders including fragile X-associated tremor ataxia syndrome and Huntington disease. I am currently involved in a number of educational and research activities in the Department of Developmental Disability Neuropsychiatry (3DN) which aim to improve health outcomes for people with intellectual and developmental disability, neurological conditions, and mental health conditions. My current projects utilise a broad range of research methods including surveys, interviews, Delphi method, and data linkage.

(02) 9065 1625
Room 241, Biolink Building (E25), UNSW Sydney, NSW 2052

My Research Supervision

Peiwen Liao

My Teaching

I currently teach into Phase 3 Medicine (Psychiatry, MFAC3503).