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  • Miss Athina Aruldass
    Immunological interplay in pathoetiology of mood disorders is a long-standing concept dating back to the early 20th century. Over the past two decades, irrefutable evidence linking peripheral inflammation i.e. blood inflammatory markers, and depre...
  • Richard Bethlehem Richard Bethlehem
    I currently am a Research Associate at the Autism Research Centre and collaborate with the Geschwind lab at UCLA to work on integrated Neuroimaging and Transcriptomics in order to gain better understanding of genetic underpinnings of atypical neur...
  • Sanne de Wit Dr Sanne de Wit
    Whilst our actions are often goal-directed, slips of action reveal that automatic, or habitual, mechanisms can take over. Although the concepts of goal-directed action and habits are well-grounded in folk psychology, most empirical research so far...
  • Mr Richard Dear
    I am a PhD student at the Brain Mapping Unit supervised by Petra Vertes and Ed Bullmore. I'm interested in using computational techniques to understand the neurobiology of mental health, with a particular focus on revealing the underlying biologic...
  • Miss Lena Dorfschmidt
    I am interested in the principles of whole-brain network organization in health and disease. I work on resting state MRI data in order to model trajectories of adolescent cortical development and identify disruptions in functional connectomics dur...
  • Karen Ersche Professor Karen Ersche
    My research focuses on the neuropsychological correlates and neurochemical processes underlying addictive behaviour and the translation of this knowledge into therapeutic interventions. This work involves a combination of approaches including neur...
  • Johanna J. S. Finnemann Johanna J. S. Finnemann
    My primary research interests concern sensorimotor integration and somatosensation which I investigate from a computational as well as experimental point of view. In particular I aim to understand how optimal control, predictive processes, motor l...
  • Michael Hart Mr Michael Hart
    Resolving the dichotomy between effective resection of focal lesions and preservation of brain function is a fundamental goal in neurosurgery. To achieve this, I have started a PhD on brain mapping under the supervision of Professor John Suckling....
  • Tun Jao Dr Tun Jao
    I am a neurologist with clinical interests in acute stroke and epilepsy management. After receiving a Masters degree in Biomedical Electronics and Bioinformatics in 2010, I started to do my PhD with Prof Ed Bullmore, and my focus is to explore neu...
  • Nazia Jassim
    For my PhD, I use a variety of cognitive neuroscience techniques, from behavioural experiments to high-resolution 7T neuroimaging, to investigate brain function, perception, and sensory processing in Autism Spectrum Conditions. My research intere...
  • Manfred Kitzbichler Dr Manfred Kitzbichler
    Having a physics background, I am applying general concepts to the analysis of brain activation. This involves both fMRI and MEG, resting state as well as task related data. In particular I am interested in understanding the spatio-temporal dynami...
  • Meng-Chuan Lai Dr Meng-Chuan Lai
    As a clinician scientist, my vision is to bridge and integrate multi-level biological-cognitive-psychological-social research and clinical services. My clinical interests are in the risk and resilience processes across the lifespan in individuals ...
  • Mr Ayan Mandal
    Our work leverages recent advances in network neuroscience and imaging-genetics to better understand the origins, migration patterns, and cognitive consequences of glioma brain tumours. By uncovering the special pathways along which gliomas travel...
  • Sarah Morgan Dr Sarah Morgan
    I am a Senior Research Associate in the Cambridge Brain Mapping Unit, working on PSYSCAN, an EU project which aims to diagnose and predict psychosis trajectories. I am also a Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute, where I lead a project investigatin...
  • Pradeep Nathan Pradeep Nathan
    I am a clinical pharmacologist with research interests in the neuropharmacology and neural substrates of cognition and emotion and psychiatric and neurological endophenotypes. I use cognitive, functional and molecular neuroimaging techniques (i.e....
  • Dr Caroline Nettekoven
    I use network analysis and graph theory to study the role of incoherent language in psychotic disorders. During my PhD at the University of Oxford, I investigated the neural basis of motor adaptation using multimodal imaging, brain stimulation a...
  • Anujan Poologaindran
    Originally from Toronto (Canada), I am a neuroscientist at Cambridge (UK) working on building a life in academic medicine. My scientific work intersects at functional neurosurgery, behavioural neuroscience, and brain mapping with a special focus ...
  • Miss Lidia Ripoll Sánchez
    My research aims to determine some of the molecular and cellular mechanisms that control and generate behaviour in C.elegans via understanding neuronal interactions and dynamics. I use a combination of computational and experimental tools includin...
  • Ms Colleen Rollins
    Broadly, I'm interested in the behavioural and neuroanatomical correlates of psychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders. My current research focusses on using a multimodal approach combining structural and functional neuroimaging data and cognit...
  • Dr Rafael Romero-Garcia
    I’m a computer science engineer interested in how complex brain networks change across different physiological and pathological conditions. During my PhD in neuroscience at the Pablo de Olavide University (Spain) I analysed cortical network disrup...
  • Mikail Rubinov Mikail Rubinov
    Complex-network mapping of structural and functional connectomes; constraints and principles of whole-brain network organization; information transfer in large-scale brain dynamics; neuropsychiatric connectivity phenotypes.
  • Maxwell Shinn Mr Maxwell Shinn
    I study how network theory can be used to quantitatively and qualitatively understand the brain. In particular, I use resting state fMRI to construct undirected correlation graphs, and then analyze topological properties of these graphs, such as ...
  • Miss Eva-Maria Stauffer
    I am interested in the relationship between genetic variations and brain structure and function in psychiatric disorders. My current projects focus on schizophrenia and bipolar disorders.
  • John Suckling John Suckling
    Can neuroimaging improve patient outcomes? We are looking at ways neuroimaging - the combination of brain imaging and computational methodologies - can have a direct impact on the diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment of developmental conditions, co...
  • Frantisek Vasa Mr František Váša
    I study methods for the construction and analysis of human structural and functional brain networks, using data from magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Using these methods, I hope to help characterise healthy adolescent development, and to identify...
  •  Dr Petra Vertes
    I lead the Systems and Computational Neuroscience group in the Department of Psychiatry, and I am a fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. I am also one of the co-founders of the Cambridge Networks Network - a forum for academics across different d...
  • Mr Yizhou Wan
    High-grade glioma is the most common primary brain cancer. Cognitive symptoms are the commonest neurological deficits reported by patients. They have a significant impact on quality of life and reduce survival. Cognition depends on brain network f...
  • Miss Margaret Westwater
    My primary scientific aim is to examine the interaction between peripheral metabolic signaling and neural activity in individuals with healthy and disordered eating behaviors. This work involves measurement of metabolic functioning (e.g., body com...

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