CEO and Clinical Lead at the Healthy Strides Foundation, Director and Founder of Therapists Abroad and a Post-Doctorate Research Fellow at Curtin University, Perth WA, Australia.
Ashleigh holds a collaborative academic position in Kids Rehab WA, enabling and promoting activities that accelerate research findings into clinical practice.
Curtin University is an Australian public research university based in Bentley, Perth, Western Australia. It is named after John Curtin, Prime Minister of Australia from 1941 to 1945, and is the largest university in Western Australia.
Curtin is ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide in the highly regarded Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU) 2020. and has successfully built an international reputation for research excellence, with 95 per cent of research ranked at world standard or above.
Working closely with industry and government, Curtin University is leading a number of national and international research projects in health sciences, astronomy, economics, minerals and energy and crop disease management.
The Healthy Strides Foundation is a Telethon beneficiary, Not for Profit charitable organisation located in Perth, Western Australia.
They provide intensive therapy, multi-disciplinary evidence based rehabilitation programs for children and young adults with neurological conditions and injuries to improve quality of life and meaningful participation.
In addition to intensive therapy services, the Healthy Strides Foundation has a research partnership with Curtin University, developing a world class research alliance to stay at the forefront of the latest clinical developments with ground breaking research projects based at the clinic in central Carlisle, Perth Western Australia.
The ResearchWorks Podcast
Recorded on site at the Healthy Strides Foundation, East Victoria Park, WA 6101, Australia
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Season 4 of the pod begins again this weekend - from March 3rd, 2024!
Some of our illustrious guests for this season include:
Professor Catherine Elliott, Professor Iona Novak, Sue-Anne Davidson, Dr Jacqui Barfoot, Dr Alexandra Sullivan, Associate Professor Alexander Larcombe, Assistant Professor Giovanni Di Liberto, Dr Elena Mitteregger and so many more!