Health Information Systems, Online Systems for Mental health, Tangible Information Systems, Online Health Communities, Affordances
Reeva Lederman is an Associate Professor in the Department of Computing and Information Systems at The University of Melbourne and has been a faculty member since 2000. She leads the research area "People and Information" and co-ordinates the Computational Bioinformatics and Health Information Systems Research Group. She is an active member of the international Health Information Systems research community. In 2012 she was awarded the prestigious Stafford Beer Medal for IS Research and in 2014 she won the Melbourne School of Engineering annual teaching award for Teaching Excellence.
2015: Gleeson, J, Farhall,J, Cotton, S, Mihalopoulos,C, Lederman, R, et al., Empower:Early signs Monitoring :Prevent Relapse and Promote Wellbeing, Engagement and Recovery, NIH/NHMRC, $407k.
2012-17: Alvarez-Jimenez, M,Gleeson, J,Bendall, S, Killackey, E McGorry, P Lederman, R, Herrman, H, Cotton, S Mihalopoulos,K ,
The Horyzons Project: Moderated Online Social Therapy For Maintenance Of Treatment Effects From Specialised First Episode Psychosis Services, MIRF, $1.92 mil.
2013: Alvarez-Jimenez M Gleeson JF Lederman R Wadley G, Bendall S Killackey E et al., Telstra Foundation, $150k.
2012: Lederman, R, Smith, S, Dreyfus, S, Monagle, P Naish, L., Effective Communication Of Pathology Results To Requesting Practitioners And Consumers, DoHA, $172k.
2011: M. Alvarez-Jimenez, S. Bendall, E. Killackey, J. Gleeson, R. Lederman and G. Wadley, 'The HORYZONS project: Online recovery for youth onset psychosis', Interdisciplinary Seed Grant, Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES), University of Melbourne
2010: R. Lederman, P. Monagle, S. Smith and S. Dreyfus, 'Making pathology reports smarter by incorporating user characteristics in design', Interdisciplinary Seed Grant, Institute for a Broadband Enabled Society (IBES), University of Melbourne, $13,972
2006-2007: R. Lederman, Staff Equity Research Fellowship, University of Melbourne, $60K