Olivia Haller

Olivia Haller

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Biomedicine

Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences


Olivia has had a passion for neuroscience since pursuing a degree in Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide in 2016. During her final year, Olivia participated in a placement investigating the role of APP in traumatic brain injury. During this year, Olivia found a passion for research and decided to continue her studies by undertaking an honours degree in Health and Medical Sciences in 2019. During her honours year she investigated the cognitive effects of chemotherapy administration for the treatment of cancer. Olivia has since decided to continue down the research path by pursuing a PhD in biomedicine, investigating the role of neuroinflammation in chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment.

Exploring the cognitive effects of chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment

Understanding the role of neuroinflammation in chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment

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  • Journals

    Year Citation
    2021 Semendric, I., Pollock, D., Haller, O., George, R., Collins-Praino, L., & Whittaker, A. (2021). ‘‘Chemobrain’’ in childhood cancer survivors — the impact on social, academic, and daily living skills: a qualitative systematic review protocol. JBI Evidence Synthesis, 19, 1-7.
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  • Internet Publications

    Year Citation
    2021 Haller, O., Whittaker, A., George, R., Semendric, I., & Collins-Praino, L. (2021). Investigating the effects of anti-inflammatory agents in pre-clinical models of chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment – a systematic review protocol. PROSPERO- registration no: CRD42021240789.
    2021 Semendric, I., Haller, O., George, R., Pollock, D., Whittaker, A., & Collins-Praino, L. (2021). Experience of the impact of chemobrain in childhood cancer survivors: a qualitative systematic review protocol. PROSPERO 2021 CRD42021240573. PROSPERO.

Laboratory Animal Sciences

Essentials of Neuroscience


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