Dr Diandra Brkic


Diandra is currently a postdoctoral researcher within the Genomic Disorders and Cognitive Development Group (GDCD) led by Dr Kate Baker. She is also a bye-fellow of Fitzwilliam College.

Her research focuses on studying cognitive, behavioural, and neural mechanisms in single gene disorders causing intellectual disability. Specifically, her major interest is in combining cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging (MEG and MRI) techniques, in order to define better commonalities and differences across functional genetic networks, involved in the etiopathogenesis of developmental disorders.

Research Focus


genetic disorders

intellectual disability

cognitive impairment

learning disabilities

brain connectivity

Clinical conditions

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder



Behavioural analysis

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Magnetoencephalography (MEG)



Duncan Astle

United Kingdom

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