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Alison L. Young

Professor of Criminology, School of Social and Political Sciences

The University of Melbourne

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The University of Melbourne

250 Princes Highway

Werribee, Victoria,3030

Australia

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Background Information

Employment History

Professor and Consultant Psychiatrist

Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies


Associate Professor In Department of Criminology

City of Melbourne


Independent Investigator

National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression Inc


Affiliations

Hertford College

Fellow and Tutor In Law


Orygen Youth Health Research Centre

Principal Research Fellow


National Health and Medical Research Council

Senior Research Fellow


Higher Education Academy

Fellow


International Early Psychosis Association

Executive Board Member


Editorial Board of Clinical Schizophrenia and Related Psychoses

Member


CMCL

Board Member


RUPC

Members


Research Unit in Public Cultures

Research Member


University of Melbourne Department of Psychiatry

Principal Research Fellow


Chair of the Research Committee

Committee


Faculty of Law

Lecturer and Fellow, Tutor In Law


Schizophrenia International Research Society

Executive Board Member


City Law School , London

Honorary Professor


Balliol College

Tutor for Three Years


Hong Kong University

Visiting Research Fellow


New York University

Visiting Research Fellow


London

Visiting Research Fellow


McGill University

Visiting Research Fellow


Urban Environments Research Network

Founder


Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University

Visiting Research Fellow


Education

Law and French

University of Birmingham


LLB Edin


MD


PhD

Criminology

Cambridge University


Postgraduate Diploma

Learning

University of Oxford


Web References(188 Total References)


Visualizing Law in the Digital Age - Program - NYLS Law ReviewNYLS Law Review

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Alison Young, Professor, University of Melbourne ("Arresting the Image")


Australian Rotary Health - Professor Alison Yung

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Professor Alison Yung
Professor Alison Yung Orygen Research Centre/ University of Melbourne, VIC Professor Alison Yung MD, MBBS, MPM, FRANZCP, Grad Dip Epidem, is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Principal Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Department of Psychiatry and Orygen Research Centre, and a National Health and Medical Research Centre (NHMRC) Senior Research Fellow. She has been involved in young people's mental health through her clinical and research work for over a decade. In 1994 Professor Yung established and developed the Personal Assessment and Crisis Evaluation (PACE) Clinic, a clinical and research centre which manages young people at incipient risk of developing first onset psychosis. This was the first clinic of this type in the world and research conducted within PACE is now being replicated internationally. Professor Yung has received several grants and has numerous publications related to PACE research. She is also Chief Investigator on projects investigating risk factors for mental disorders in the community and general health settings. The US based National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) recently chose her for an Independent Investigator Award for continuing and expanding her research into youth mental illness. Prof Alison Yung from the Orygen Research Centre has received a grant from Australian Rotary Health to study suicide prevention amongst adolescents who seek help.


Visualizing Law in the Digital Age - Speakers - NYLS Law ReviewNYLS Law Review

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Alison Young, Professor, University of Melbourne (author of Judging the Image: Art, Value, Law)


Australian Rotary Health - Professor Alison Yung

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Professor Alison Yung
Professor Alison Yung Orygen Research Centre/ University of Melbourne, VIC Professor Alison Yung MD, MBBS, MPM, FRANZCP, Grad Dip Epidem, is a Consultant Psychiatrist and Principal Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne, Department of Psychiatry and Orygen Research Centre, and a National Health and Medical Research Centre (NHMRC) Senior Research Fellow. She has been involved in young people's mental health through her clinical and research work for over a decade. In 1994 Professor Yung established and developed the Personal Assessment and Crisis Evaluation (PACE) Clinic, a clinical and research centre which manages young people at incipient risk of developing first onset psychosis. This was the first clinic of this type in the world and research conducted within PACE is now being replicated internationally. Professor Yung has received several grants and has numerous publications related to PACE research. She is also Chief Investigator on projects investigating risk factors for mental disorders in the community and general health settings. The US based National Alliance for Research on Schizophrenia and Depression (NARSAD) recently chose her for an Independent Investigator Award for continuing and expanding her research into youth mental illness. Prof Alison Yung from the Orygen Research Centre has received a grant from Australian Rotary Health to study suicide prevention amongst adolescents who seek help.


CMCL People

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Alison Young, Professor, Criminology, Faculty of Arts
email: ayoung@unimelb.edu.au


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