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DR Sue Crebbin




  • Dr Crebbin has conducted/supervised a number of investigations with human participants: positive change/outcomes after a cardiac event (PhD, 2016); sugar consumption as a trigger for migraines (assessing blood sugar and serum insulin, cortisol and DHEAS levels; Honours project, 2008); posttraumatic growth and depreciation in the six months after bushfire, sex workers personal intimate relationships, Gentian as a nervous system modulator, sleep quality and electronic media device use in 18-24 year olds, and sleep quantity and quality across the lifespan (supervision of 5 psychology students honours research projects, 2014 - 2017). She has also worked as a research assistant on a number of other investigations: Victorian State Trauma Registry, E4Kids Study, Bendigo Cardiac Project.




Education and training

  • PhD, University of Melbourne 2016

Awards and honors

  • Australian Post Graduate Award, University of Melbourne, 2010
  • Elizabeth Mary Sweet Scholarship, University of Melbourne, 2009
  • Dean's Award, Faculty of Science, Technology and Engineering, La Trobe University, 2007