Dr Sandra Neate
Head of the Neuroepidemiology Unit and a Senior Clinical Research Fellow
MBBS DipRACOG, DA(UK), Grad Cert Forensic Med, FACEM
Dr Sandra Neate is a Senior Clinical Research Fellow and the Head of the Neuroepidemiology Unit. She has also been a facilitator on Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis Events.
Sandra completed her medical degree at the University of Melbourne in 1985. Sandra went on to train as a Specialist Emergency Physician with the Australasian College for Emergency Medicine working as an emergency physician for 20 years at St Vincent’s Hospital Melbourne.
Sandra’s interests moved towards research and she has published in areas regarding coronial matters and family experiences of organ donation. Her current academic interests are supporting the team at the Neuroepidemiology Unit and, from a research perspective, the exploration of the experiences of people with MS and their partners who undertake lifestyle modification.
Sandra loves spending time with her family and dogs and loves to run, swim and cycle.