Dr William Huynh, Senior Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Lenity Foundation, The University of Sydney.
William is a clinical academic and translational researcher dividing his time between clinical neurology and neurophysiology and research as well as teaching.
Over the past 10 years, his research has been focussed on multiple areas along the spectrum of neurodegenerative disorders but more specifically ALS/MND. Following the completion of his PhD in 2013 examining neuroplasticity after acute stroke, he has continued to establish a strong track record in research into neurodegeneration and has completed 2 post-doctoral fellowships.
William has an established track record in journal and textbook publications (>60 journals, >4 textbooks), research grants, considerable experience in clinical trials (>25), as well as in the supervision of a number of key personnel in a multidisciplinary collaborative research group.