Dr. Helena Chui is the Research Officer of the Developing Biomarkers for Vascular Cognitive Impairment study. She is interested in emotional wellbeing in lifespan development. Before joining the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), Helena was a lecturer in psychology at the University of Tasmania (2018-2021). Helena was a lecturer at the Australian Catholic University (2016-2018), upon her return from teaching at the University of Bradford, United Kingdom (2014-2016). She was at the Flinders University, Adelaide (2011-2014), and the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, United States (2010-2011), for her postdoctoral studies.
2008 Recipient of Emerging Scholars and Professional Organization Poster Award, Gerontological Society of America.
2019 Co-Investigator, Keeping older adults well at home. Principal Investigator: Dr. Jane O'Brien. Co Investigators: McCann, D., Bird, M L, C P, H., Chui, H., Andrews, S. Research Enhancement Program (REP) REP), College of Health and Medicine, University of Tasmania. Total Award AUS$7,584.94.
2018 Recipient, Visiting Fellowship Program, University of Tasmania. Total Award AUS$7,352 to support a three week visit by Prof. Barbara Stewart Knox, University of Bradford, United Kingdom.
2017 Co-Investigator, Learning and Teaching Grant, Australian Catholic University. Principal Investigator: Dr. Stephanie Tobin. Co-Investigators: Chui, H. and de la Piedad Garcia, X. Total Award AUS$5,000.
2013-2015 Co-Investigator, Resilient ageing and the oldest old in the Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing . Principal Investigator: Dr. Mary Luszcz. Co Investigators: Giles, L., Windsor, T., Walker, R., Gerstorf, D., Hoppmann, C. A., Chui, H. Funding agency: Australian Research Council. Funding period: 01/01/2013-12/31/2015. Total award AUS$355,249.
2012 Co-Investigator, Resilience and frailty in the oldest old and centenarians: A new look at the Australian Longitudinal Study of Ageing (ALSA). Principal Investigator: Dr. Mary Luszcz. Co Investigators: Windsor, T., Chui, H. Funding agency: Flinders University Faculty Research Grant. Funding period: 01/01/2012-12/31/2012. Total award AUS$12,668.