Ms Martine Skumlien


University position

PhD student

Departments

Department of Psychiatry

Email

ms2610@cam.ac.uk

Research Theme

Cognitive and Behavioural Neuroscience

Interests

My research centers around the impact of regular cannabis use on brain and cognition, with a particular emphasis on use in adolescence. I use behavioural data along with fMRI.

Research Focus

Keywords

Cannabis

Adolescence

fMRI

Inhibition

Dependence

Clinical conditions

Addiction

Equipment

Behavioural analysis

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Collaborators

Cambridge

Barbara Sahakian

Valerie Voon

United Kingdom

Will Lawn

International

Egil Nygaard

Associated News Items


Publications

2022

Lawn W, Mokrysz C, Lees R, Trinci K, Petrilli K, Skumlien M, Borissova A, Ofori S, Bird C, Jones G, Bloomfield MAP, Das RK, Wall MB, Freeman TP, Curran HV (2022), “The CannTeen Study: Cannabis use disorder, depression, anxiety, and psychotic-like symptoms in adolescent and adult cannabis users and age-matched controls” J Psychopharmacol

Skumlien M, Mokrysz C, Freeman TP, Wall MB, Bloomfield M, Lees R, Borissova A, Petrilli K, Carson J, Coughlan T, Ofori S, Langley C, Sahakian BJ, Curran HV, Lawn W (2022), “Neural responses to reward anticipation and feedback in adult and adolescent cannabis users and controls” Neuropsychopharmacoloy

2021

Brennen T, Blix I, Nissen A, Holmes EA, Skumlien M, Solberg Ø (2021), “Investigating the frequency of intrusive memories after 24 hours using a visuospatial interference intervention: a follow-up and extension” Eur J Psychotraumatol 12(1)

Skumlien M, Langley C, Lawn W, Voon V, Curran HV, Roiser JP, Sahakian BJ (2021), “The acute and non-acute effects of cannabis on reward processing: A systematic review” Neurosci Biobeh Rev 130: 512-528

Skumlien M, Langley C, Lawn W, Voon V, Sahakian BJ (2021), “Apathy and anhedonia in adult and adolescent cannabis users and controls before and during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown” Int J Neuropsychopharmacol

2020

Skumlien M, Ibsen IO, Kesmodel US, Nygaard E (2020), “Sex Differences in Early Cognitive Development After Prenatal Exposure to Opioids” J Pediatr Psychol

2018

Skumlien M, Sederevicius D, Fjell AM, Walhovd KB, Westerhausen R (2018), “Paralllel but independent reduction of emotional awareness and corpus callosum connectivity in older age” PLOS ONE 13(12): e0209915