Jennifer Eisenhauer is both a Registered Psychologist and a Research Assistant in Restorative Neurology Research at the Perron Institute.
Jennifer completed her BSc (Psychology) with Honours at The Univeristy of Western Australia and completed her Masters in psychology at Curtin University at the end of 2016. In 2017 Jennifer completed her internship at the Institute under the mentorship of A/Professor Michelle Byrnes, head of Clinical Psychology.
In June 2018 Jennifer became a registered psychologist. Jennifer’s key interests are cognitive and neuropsychology.
At the Perron Institute’s Centre for Restorative Neurology, Jennifer is responsible for providing psychological consultation, guidance and assessment to neurological patients and their carers, as well as neurocognitive and neurophysiological assessments and delivering non-invasive brain stimulation for clinical trials.