Dr Greg Wadley


I teach and research topics at the intersection of computer science, psychology and medicine. I collaborate on cross-disciplinary projects to design and evaluate digital health interventions, and study the mutual influence that technology use and emotion have upon each other.

I am an investigator on competitive grants totalling $9M, including an NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence on digital interventions for chronic disease, an MRFF Million Minds project on Indigenous youth mental health, an NHMRC clinical trial on avatar teletherapy for psychosis, and ARC Discovery projects on emotion regulation and Indigenous technology design.

I have collaborated with researchers at Stanford University, University College London, Latrobe University, Swinburne University, University of Technology Sydney, Curtin University, Australian Catholic University, Orygen, the National Centre of Excellence in Youth Mental Health, Royal Children's Hospital, Royal Melbourne Hospital, Western Health, Northern Health, Victorian Cancer Council, and Perinatal Anxiety & Depression Australia. I am an Honorary Associate Professor at University College London and was a visiting researcher at PARC, California.

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