Audrey McKinlay





Dr. Audrey McKinlay is a Senior Lecturer in the Clinical Psychology training programme in the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences at the University of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia. Audrey’s research expertise is in traumatic brain injury, with a particular focus on early childhood injuries, and the long term and adult outcomes of childhood mild TBI. Dr. McKinlay leads a number of large funded projects investigating outcomes for children and young people following TBI, conducted in both Australia and New Zealand, where she is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the University of Canterbury in Christchurch, New Zealand. Audrey is also investigating the support needs of educators working with children who have experienced a TBI, and collaborates with colleagues in the US and UK on this work. Older people’s health is also a focus of Audrey’s research, with a particular interest in TBI and Parkinson’s disease. Audrey is a registered psychologist in both Australia and New Zealand, and endorsed in both Clinical Psychology and Neuro Psychology, where she works with children and young people who have experienced TBI, and their families. Dr. McKinlay is a founding board member for the International Paediatric Brain Injury Society.


Conference Presentations

Supporting Educators in Working with Children with Acquired Brain Injury (ABI)

What About the Little Ones? Assessment and Outcomes of Early Childhood TBI

Concussion in Children and Youth in 2017: A Review of Current Guidelines and Research Findings and Their Relevance to Clinical Practice 

Long Term Outcomes of Traumatic Brain Injury in Children

4th Pink Concussions Summit: Brain injury in Girls and Young Women Under the Age of 25



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