Research Project Manager
Bachelor of Psychology (Hons)
Robin Ramme joined the Summer Foundations Research Unit in 2021 to take on the role of Research Project Manager. In this role, he manages data collection and statistical analyses for the Hospital to Home service project whose aim it is to support and build the capacity of key professionals working alongside people with disability who are stuck in hospital and require suitable housing.
Robin has 6 years’ psychological research experience spanning all aspects of the research process from study design to statistical analyses in projects ranging from body image to cognitive psychology. Prior to his work as a researcher, Robin spent close to 3 years working in residential aged care in Sweden. In addition to his work at the Summer Foundation, Robin is currently in the process of writing up his PhD at Griffith University where he’s utilised experimental design to examine, and disrupt, factors resulting in motivational inconsistency during working memory training. During his time at University, Robin has also taught undergraduate students in courses focusing on quantitative research design and statistics.