Originally from Toronto (Canada), I am a neuroscientist at Cambridge (UK) working on building a life in clinical neurosurgery.
My scientific work intersects at functional neurosurgery, behavioural neuroscience, and brain mapping with a special focus on the frontal lobes. Specifically, I am currently working on mapping brain networks governing complex functions such as sadness, pain, and attention. Through minimally-invasive surgical techniques, I hope these maps will help alleviate suffering in individuals living with neurological and psychiatric illnesses.
Deep Brain Stimulation/Lesioning
Randomised control trials
Resting-state functional connectivity
No collaborators listed
Associated News Items
Poologaindran A, Honey CR. (2017), “The Neurosurgical Treatment of Spasmodic Dysphonia: Thinking outside the Voice Box. ” University of British Columbia Library. PDF
Hurwitz TA, Honey CR, McLeod KR, Poologaindran A, Kuan AJ. (2019), “Hypoactivity in the Paraterminal Gyrus Following Bilateral Anterior Capsulotomy.” Canadian J Psychiatry. PDF
Avecillas-Chasin JM, Poologaindran A, Morrison MD, Rammage LA, Honey CR. (2018), “Unilateral Thalamic Deep Brain Stimulation for Voice Tremor.” Stereotact Funct Neurosurg. 96(6):392-39
Poologaindran A, Ivanishvili Z, Morrison MD, Rammage LA, Sandhu MK, Polyhronopoulos NE, Honey CR. (2018), “The effect of unilateral thalamic deep brain stimulation on the vocal dysfunction in a patient with spasmodic dysphonia: interrogating cerebellar and pallidal neural circuits.” Journal of Neurosurgery. 128(2):575-582
Ivanishvili Z, Poologaindran A, Honey CR. (2017), “Cyclization of Motor Cortex Stimulation for Neuropathic Pain: A Prospective, Randomized, Blinded Trial.” Neuromodulation Jul;20(5):497-503
Honey CM, Poologaindran A, Mayhew M, Steen LV, Gillis CC. (2015), “A refugee's perspective on their neurosurgical care in North America.” Surg Neurol Int. 30;6:168.
Slotty PJ, Poologaindran A, Honey CR. (2015), “A prospective, randomized, blinded assessment of multitarget thalamic and pallidal deep brain stimulation in a case of hemidystonia.” Clin Neurol Neurosurg. 138:16-9