• About

    Andrew Dawson completed undergraduate degrees in Law, Criminology and Psychology at the University of Melbourne. He commenced PhD studies at BMH in 2015 and is supervised by A/Prof Adrian Carter, Prof Murat Yücel and Dr Nadeeka Dissanayaka (UQ). His research involves task-based clinical prediction and legal assessment of impulse control disorders in Parkinson’s disease.

    Top publication:

    Forthcoming chapter in an Oxford University Press volume on neuro-interventions and the law: ‘Judicious use of neuropsychiatric evidence as a mitigating factor when sentencing offenders with addictive behaviours’