Elizabeth Haris

Elizabeth is a PhD candidate in cognitive and affective neuroscience.  Working with The Westmead Institute’s Brain Dynamics Centre, she is investigating the functional organisation and connectivity of the brain in an effort to better understand the regions and behaviours associated with anxiety and mood disorders

"I am an advocate for gender balance in the workplace, which to me not only means demonstrating that university roles are equally distributed in terms of gender but also ensuring that each and every person is aware that the same opportunities are available to them and that they are a valued student or staff member."