Erin McIntyre, PhD candidate

Erin McIntyre, PhD candidate

Pain Scientist & Physiotherapist


Erin is a physiotherapist, pain scientist and a PhD candidate at the University of South Australia. Originally from Canada, she is a clinician researcher, who draws on her experience as a physiotherapist to help guide her research questions. Her current research investigates the links between pain and visual perception. She is also interested in how the latest technology can be harnessed to improve outcomes for people living with persistent pain.


  • PhD Candidate, University of South Australia
  • USAPA Scholarship
  • July 2020- Present
  • Body in Mind Research Group, Allied Health and Human Performance
  • Masters in Physiotherapy Studies, University of Queensland
  • 2013- 2015
  • School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
  • GPA – 6.37
  • Bachelor of Science (Honours), in Kinesiology, Queen’s University
  • 2009-2013
  • School of Kinesiology and Health Studies