June Lee May Ling

Research Associate

June joined the Centre for Ageing Research and Education (CARE) as Research Associate in June 2016. She earned her Master in Public Health (MPH) from The University of Queensland in 2012. Her passion in helping people led her to begin her career as an Applied Behavioural Analysis therapist working with autistic children and, subsequently, Research Psychologist conducting neuropsychological assessment to stroke and dementia patients. After completing her MPH, she worked on the research and evaluation of community-based and nationwide health promotion programs. In CARE, June works on the coordination and analysis of population surveys and evaluation studies among older adults in Singapore. She is interested in translational research related to healthy ageing and community-based programs.