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Dr Louise Crowe

Dr Louise Crowe

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Role Team Leader / Senior Research Officer
Research area Clinical Sciences
Dr Louise Crowe is the Lead of the Acquired Brain Injury flagship and is the Team Leader of the Developmental Insult and Intervention team at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She is also a psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital and an Honorary Fellow in the Department of Psychological Science and the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Melbourne.
Dr Crowe's main research focus is on traumatic brain injury in infancy and early childhood and she has published extensively in this field. Current projects in this area include examining the cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes of TBI and the relationship to brain development.
Dr Crowe also researches the cognitive and social skills of children with different genetic disorders including muscular dystrophy, Friedreich Ataxia, and metabolic disorders and the mental health impacts of chronic medical disorders in children.
Her work has been supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Early Career Fellowship, NHMRC Project Grants, Medical Research Future Fund, Foundation for Children and the Myer Foundation.
Dr Louise Crowe is the Lead of the Acquired Brain Injury flagship and is the Team Leader of the Developmental Insult and Intervention team at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She is also a psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital...
Dr Louise Crowe is the Lead of the Acquired Brain Injury flagship and is the Team Leader of the Developmental Insult and Intervention team at the Murdoch Children’s Research Institute. She is also a psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital and an Honorary Fellow in the Department of Psychological Science and the Department of Paediatrics at the University of Melbourne.
Dr Crowe's main research focus is on traumatic brain injury in infancy and early childhood and she has published extensively in this field. Current projects in this area include examining the cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes of TBI and the relationship to brain development.
Dr Crowe also researches the cognitive and social skills of children with different genetic disorders including muscular dystrophy, Friedreich Ataxia, and metabolic disorders and the mental health impacts of chronic medical disorders in children.
Her work has been supported by a National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Early Career Fellowship, NHMRC Project Grants, Medical Research Future Fund, Foundation for Children and the Myer Foundation.

Top Publications

  • Crowe, LM, Catroppa, C, Babl, FE, Godfrey, C, Anderson, V. Long-Term Intellectual Function After Traumatic Brain Injury in Very Young Children.. J Head Trauma Rehabil 36(2) : E126 -E133 2021
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  • Gabbe, BJ, Keeves, J, McKimmie, A, Gadowski, AM, Holland, AJ, Semple, BD, Young, JT, Crowe, L, Ownsworth, T, Bagg, MK, et al. The Australian Traumatic Brain Injury Initiative: Systematic Review and Consensus Process to Determine the Predictive Value of Demographic, Injury Event, and Social Characteristics on Outcomes for People With Moderate-Severe Traumatic Brain Injury.. J Neurotrauma 2024
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  • Branson, EK, Branson, VM, McGrath, R, Rausa, VC, Kilpatrick, N, Crowe, LM. Psychological and Peer Difficulties of Children with Cleft Lip and/or Palate: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.. Cleft Palate Craniofac J 61(2) : 258 -270 2024
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  • Branson, EK, Collins, B, McGrath, R, Anderson, V, Kilpatrick, N, Crowe, LM. The impact of COVID-19 on the well-being of Victorian children born with cleft lip and/or palate.. Orthod Craniofac Res 27(1) : 110 -117 2024
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  • Catroppa, C, Crowe, L, Ryan, N, Botchway, E, Sood, N, Anderson, V. Neuropsychological consequences of paediatric traumatic brain injury. 2024
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