Dr. Liz Evans is a registered psychologist with a special interest in the mental health needs of people with intellectual disability. As a lecturer at 3DN, she is involved in both the educational and research activities of the department. Liz holds a Bachelor of Psychology with First Class Honours and a PhD, both from the University of Sydney. Her PhD, awarded in 2010, was the first study worldwide investigating the behavioural phenotype of Mowat-Wilson syndrome. Liz’s research interests include the mental health needs of older people with ID, and the study of behavioural phenotypes.
Post-Doc Res Fellow (UNSW)