Ausbildung und Werdegang
Associate Professor Tasha Stanton is the Osteoarthritis Research Theme Lead for IIMPACT in Health at The University of South Australia, Adelaide. She is a clinical pain neuroscientist, with original training as a physiotherapist. Her research focusses on pain – why do we have it and why doesn’t it go away? She has received >$5.1m in competitive research funding, has published >100 peer-reviewed journal articles, and she has been a keynote/invited speaker at >90 national and international conferences. Her research has won both national and international awards, including the World Congress of Pain Ronald Dubner research award for the best series of papers as a trainee, the Australian Pain Society Rising Star Award and the Australian Physiotherapy Association Best New Investigator Award. She has a specific interest in pain education, osteoarthritis, low back pain, cortical body representation, somatosensation, and body illusions using virtual and mediated reality.
2011 PhD (Medicine) an der University of Sydney
2007 MSc (Rehabilitation Science) an der University of Alberta, Canada
2002 BSc (Physical Therapy) der University of Alberta, Canada