Genevieve is a practicing clinical neuropsychologist and associate lecturer in neuropsychology at the Melbourne School of Psychological Sciences. As a clinician-scientistist, she balances her clinical and academic work with her role as a postdoctoral researcher at the Florey Institute of Neuroscience and Mental Health, where she conducts behavioural and neuroimaging research aimed at understanding the affective, cognitive, and psychosocial features of epilepsy and other seizure disorders. She is the early career liaison for the Neuropsychology Task Force of the International League Against Epilepsy, a member of the new Allied Health Task Force of the International League Against Epilepsy, and a member of the Research and Training Subcommittee of the Epilepsy Society of Australia.
2010: Austin Hospital Medical Research Foundation. Wilson SJ, Wrench JM, Saling MM, Rayner G. Autobiographical memory: a neuroimaging paradigm for improving diagnostic accuracy in epilepsy. 2015: Institute for Breathing and Sleep Research Grant. Jackson M, Wilson SJ, Rayner G. Autobiographical memory in Obstructive Sleep Apnoea: a neuroimaging study 2017: University of Melbourne Early Career Researcher Grant Scheme. Rayner G. The contribution of cognitive networks to depression in epilepsy
Education and training
University of Melbourne 2015
University of Melbourne 2012
University of Melbourne 2008
University of Melbourne 2007
Awards and honors
Leadership Development Award, International League Against Epilepsy,
Grass Young Investigator Award, American Epilepsy Society,
Genevieve's programme of research explores the interrelationships between cognitive, psychological, and psychosocial features of epilepsy, using behavioural as well as neuroimaging methodologies. She supervises Honours, Masters, and PhD-level candidates.