Michael Norwood

Michael Norwood

Research Fellow

Dr Michael Norwood is a Research Fellow who leads the BEEHIVE Lab. He is interested in how environments can support rehabilitation and wellbeing. His current focus is the DIAMOND study, which developed a novel method for assessing for spatial attention bias following stroke using virtual reality. He also has research expertise in effective strategies to support youth with developmental and behavioural difficulties. His PhD focused on how nature might be employed to affect the behavioural, cognitive, and academic outcomes on young people. Specifically, how changing the environment a young person learns and spends time in might affect positive change in their development. He has also been the senior researcher on the Farming 4 Care project, organising and researching equine programs for disenfranchised youth.


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