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Dr. Cassandra Szoeke

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Consultant Neurologist

Phone: +61 *********
Email: c***@***.au
Local Address: Parkville, Victoria, Australia
The University of Melbourne
442 Auburn Road
Hawthorn, Victoria 3122

Company Description: The University of Melbourne is Australia's leading research university, based on a number of indicators. The Times Higher Education Supplement recognized Melbourne...   more

Employment History


  • Ph.D
  • F.R.A.C.P , M.B.B.S , B.SC.
  • BSc , Pharmacology , Toxicology and Genetics
  • PhD , Medicine
    University of Melbourne
  • Ph.D. F.R.A.C.P. M.B.B.S. B.Sc.
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Director - Associate Professor ..., 2 June 2014 [cached]
Director - Associate Professor Cassandra Szoeke
1. Szoeke, C.E., Robertson, J.S., Rowe, C.C., Yates, P., Campbell, K., Masters, C.L., Ames, D., Dennerstein, L., and Desmond, P. (2013). The Women's Healthy Ageing Project: Fertile ground for investigation of healthy participants 'at risk' for dementia. Int Rev Psychiatry 25, 726-737. 2. Bousman, C.A., Szoeke, C., Chen, K., Dennerstein, L., Henderson, V.W., and Everall, I.P. (2012). Oestrogen alpha receptor variant and two-year memory decline in midlife Australian women. Neuropsychobiology 66, 259-265. 3. McBride, S.J., Szoeke, C.E.I., Good, N.M., Ames, D., Martins, R., Masters, C., Maruff, P., Rowe, C.C., Savage, G., Ellis, K.A., et al. (2011). A web-based normative data tool for assessing cognitive performance in healthy older Australians. . MJA 194 12-14. 4. Carrillo, M.C., Rowe, C.C., Szoeke, C., Masters, C.L., Ames, D., O'Meara, T., Macaulay, S.L., Milner, A., Ellis, K.A., and Maruff, P. (2012). Research and standardization in Alzheimer's trials: Reaching international consensus. Alzheimer's & Dementia, 1-9. 5. Szoeke, C.E.I., Campbell, S.R., Lautenschlager, N., O, Y., and Ames, D. (2010 ). What's the future of treatment for Alzheimer's Disease? Medicine Today 11, 18-32. 6. Barber, B., Ames, D., Ellis, K., Martins, R., Masters, C., and Szoeke, C. (2012).
Dr. Cassandra ..., 15 Dec 2010 [cached]
Dr. Cassandra Szoeke
Dr. Cassandra Szoeke brings together management skills with a scientific background in genetics, pharmacology, neurology and neurodegenerative disease. Cassandra is responsible for the strategic development, science planning and project portfolio management of neurodegenerative disease research activities across the CSIRO Preventative Health Flagship. Prior to joining the CSIRO, Dr. Szoeke was working full time in clinical neurology with an academic appointment at the University of Melbourne. She continues to maintain her clinical practise as a neurologist and supervision of tertiary students with a part time academic appointment.
Cassandra Szoeke
Dr. Cassandra Szoeke
NARI's People, 4 Aug 2013 [cached]
Associate Professor Cassandra Szoeke
Cassandra Szoeke Associate Professor
Cassandra Szoeke is the Director of the Women's Healthy Ageing Project (WHAP) Chair of the Vascular Stream in the Australian Imaging Biomarker and Lifestyle (AIBL) study of ageing and the aiblyWHAP imaging sub-study.
Frost, S., Kanagasingam, Y., Sohrabi, H., Vignarajan, J., Bourgeat, P., Salvado, O., Villemagne, V., Rowe, C.C., Lance Macaulay, S., Szoeke, C., Ellis, K.A., Ames, D., Masters, C.L., Rainey-Smith, S., Martins, R.N., (2013).
Barnham, K..J., Ellis, K.A., Szoeke, C., Macaulay, L., Rowe, C.C., Villemagne, V.L., Ames, D., Martins, R.N., Bush, A.I., Masters, C.L., (2013).
Cyarto, E., Lautenschlager, N., Desmond, P., Ames, D., Szoeke, C., Salvado, O., Sharman, M., Ellis, K., Phal, P., Masters, C.M., Rowe, C., Martins, R.., Cox, K. (2012).
Doecke, J. D., S. M. Laws, Faux, N.G., Wilson, W., Burnham, S.C., Lam, C.P., Mondal, A., Bedo, J., Bush, A.I., Brown, B., De Ruyck, K., Ellis, K.A., Fowler, C., Gupta, V.B., Head, R., Macaulay, S.L., Pertile, K., Rowe, C.C., Rembach, A., Rodrigues, M., Rumble, R., Szoeke, C., Taddei, K., Taddei, T., Trounson, B., Ames, D., Masters, C.L. & Martins, R.N. (2012).
Lim, Y. Y., Ellis, K.A., Pietrzak, R.H., Ames, D., Darby, D., Harrington, K., Martins, R.N., Masters, C.L., Rowe, C., Savage, G., Szoeke, C., Villemagne, V.L., & Maruff, P. (2012). Stronger effect of amyloid load than APOE genotype on cognitive decline in healthy older adults. Neurology 79(16): 1645-1652.
Ryan, J.; Stanczyk, F. Z.; Dennerstein, L.; Mack, W. J.; Clark, M. S.; Szoeke, C.; Kildea, D.; Henderson, V. W. (2010). Hormone levels and cognitive function in postmenopausal midlife women. Neurobiol Aging, 33(7): 1138-1147.
Verdile, G., Laws, S.M., Laws, Henley, D., Ames, D., Bush, A.I., Ellis, K.A., Faux, N.G., Gupta, V.B., Li, Q.X., Masters, C.L., Pike, K.E., Rowe, C.C., Szoeke, C., Taddei, K., Villemagne, V.L., & Martins, R.N. (2012).
Szoeke, C., Campbell, S., Lautenschlager, N.T., Yastrubetskaya, O., & Ames, D. (2012).
Lim YY, Pietrzak, R.H., Ellis K, Jaeger, J., Harrington K, Ashwood, T., Szoeke, C., Martins, R.N., Bush, A.I., Masters, C., Rowe, C., Villemagne, V.L., Ames, D., Darby, D.G., & Maruff, P. (2012) Rapid decline in episodic memory in healthy older adults with high A&[beta] amyloid. Neurology (in press).
Bousman, C., Szoeke, C., Chen, K., Dennerstein, L., Henderson, V., & Everall, I. (2012). Estrogen alpha-receptor (ESR1) variant and two-year memory decline in midlife. Neuropsychobiology, 66, 258-265.
Brown, B.M., Peiffer, J.J, Taddei, K., Lui, JK., Laws, SM., Gupta, VM., Taddei, T., Ward, VK., Rodrigues, MA., Burnham, S., Rainey-Smith, SR., Villemagne, VL., Bush, A., Ellis, KA., Masters, CA., Ames, D., Macaulay, SL., Szoeke, C., Rowe, CC., Martins, RN., and the AIBL Research Group (2012).
Cassandra Szoeke has been a ..., 28 Aug 2012 [cached]
Cassandra Szoeke has been a theme leader for the neurodegenerative disease and mental disorders program and then became clinical consultant for the Australian Commonwealth, Science, Industry and Research Organisation
PARKVILLE, VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA, August 28, 2012 /Science and Research PR News/ -- Cassandra Szoeke, Director Women's Healthy Ageing Project at the National Ageing Research Institute, has been named a Worldwide Who's Who Professional of the Year in Clinical Research. While inclusion in Worldwide Who's Who is an honor, only a small selection of members in each discipline are chosen for this distinction. These special honorees are distinguished based on their professional accomplishments, academic achievements, leadership abilities, years of service, and the credentials they have provided in association with their Worldwide Who's Who membership.
Dr. Szoeke's passion for clinical research is apparent in more than a decade of experience in the field. For the past five years at National Ageing Research Institute, an institute that provides translational research to improve health care for our ageing populations, she has contributed to more than 50 publications, overseeing millions of dollars in funding and leading an Australian renowned study established 1991 into a new era of research and development whilst working as a clinician and in management. She has a broad range of research experience having trained as a general physician, then specialising as a neurologist with sub-specialisation in epilepsy and cognition.
Dr. Szoeke attributes her success to her drive to achieving healthier communities, loving her work and her broad education, which includes a Bachelor of Science in Pharmacology/Toxicology and Honours in Genomic Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine, a Bachelor of Surgery and a fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. She also earned a Ph.D. in epidemiology from the University of Melbourne with postdoctoral studies in the department of public health and economic policy at Stanford University California. Dr. Szoeke keeps herself updated of changes in health care through her professional activities and membership with the Australian Medical Association and the Royal College of Physicians. In the near future, she hopes to finalise the 20th follow-up year of the Women's Healthy Ageing Project currently underway which will provide a unique view on the mid-life antecedents of healthy ageing in Australia.
Project Team : Office for Gender and Health : The University of Melbourne, 23 April 2010 [cached]
Dr. Cassandra Szoeke Ph.D, F.R.A.C.P, M.B.B.S, B.Sc.(Hons)Genet Email: Dr. Cassandra Szoeke is the Chief Investigator for the Women's Health Ageing Project. Cassandra is a Consultant Neurologist who has medical and scientific qualifications with research experience in neurology and cognition, clinical pharmacology and genetics. She graduated with BSc in Pharmacology, Toxicology and Genetics with honours in Genetics, a MBBS and a PhD in Medicine from the University of Melbourne. She has completed her FRACP specialising in Neurology, RACP, at Royal Melbourne Hospital and a Post Doctorate in Medicine from Stanford University, CA, and the University of Melbourne. She has also completed an Epidemiology fellowship, Royal Melbourne Hospital and Austin and Repatriation Hospital. Her research interests include women's health and cognition. Her publications include 17 papers in peer reviewed journals, 3 published articles in non-refereed journals, 1 book chapter and numerous refereed published abstracts. She is a reviewer for international journals and funding bodies. She has an international patent and is the recipient of several international and national prizes.
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Publications - Dr Cassandra Szoeke
Pierrick Bourgeat, P. G. C. PhD 2,3;Victor L. Villemagne, MD 2,4,6; Jurgen Fripp, PhD 1; Parnesh, B.K.P. Raniga, DPsych 2,4; Oscar Acosta PhD 1; Cassandra Szoeke, MD 1; Sebastin Ourselin, et al. Aß burden in the temporal neocortex is related to hippocampal atrophy in non-demented elderly.
Szoeke, C. Sills, GJ., Kwan, P. Multidrug-resistant genotype (ABCB1) and seizure recurrence in newly treated epilepsy: Data from international pharmacogenetic cohorts.
Szoeke, C., Bladin, C., Gordon, A., MacKay, M. Stroke presenting under 3 hours in patients younger than 18 years of age. J Clin Neurosci 2009;16(11):1481-2.
Kwan, P., Li, H. M., Gonzales, M., Kaye, A. H., Szoeke, C. E., Ng, H. K. and O'Brien, T. J. "Increased p-glycoprotein level in resected temporal neocortex correalates with ongoing pharmacoresistant seizures in patients with mesial temporal lobe epilepsy, Epilepsia 2004;49:467.
International PCT Patent (PCFT/AU2008/001556) (30%) "A diagnostic Assay for Seizure Prediction" Provisional patent, Dec 2007, Genetic biomarkers of Drug Response: cabamazepoine and valproate treatment for epilepsy/ O'Brien, Szoeke, Petrovski, Sheffield.
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