Dr Melissa Day is a licensed Clinical Psychologist and Health Psychologist in Australia. Melissa works as a Senior Lecturer at the University of Queensland and is an Affiliate Associate Professor at the University of Washington, Seattle.
In 2013, Melissa completed her PhD in clinical psychology, and went on to undertake a post-doctoral research fellowship in pain psychology. She has worked extensively in the field of chronic pain management both as a clinician and researcher.
Melissa’s program of research has focused on implementing randomised controlled trials to evaluate the efficacy and mechanisms of non-pharmacological treatments for chronic pain conditions. She has published a sole authored clinician manual and guide on this topic with Wiley, and has over 50 scientific publications.