Research Fellow, Principal Investigator, Senior Occupational Therapist
Nanyang Technological University
Dr Phyllis Liang is a principal investigator and research fellow at the Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. She is a senior occupational therapist and she specialises in neurological rehabilitation. She completed her PhD in occupational therapy at The University of Queensland, Australia.
Dr Phyllis is an experienced clinician and have worked in various healthcare contexts and settings across Singapore and Australia. Her research interests include stroke, traumatic brain injury, driving, family caregiving, quality of life and education. She uses both qualitative and quantitative approaches in conducting research. Currently, she is working on establishing the largest database in Asia for normative human movement data and the functional assessment of recovery of patient population groups. She also conducts qualitative studies to understand the experiences of individuals with stroke, including its impact and user experience of technology in rehabilitation after stroke.
Dr Phyllis is a licensed occupational therapist in both Singapore and Australia. She is an editorial board member of the Hong Kong Journal of Occupational Therapy. She is also a research mentor in the Singapore Association of Occupational Therapy. She served on the scientific committee member of the National Occupational Therapy conference for the past 3 years.
Thursday, October 22, 2020
3:30 PM – 3:47 PM EST