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  • Franklin  Aigbirhio Professor Franklin Aigbirhio
    Research in the development and application of molecular imaging probes, in particular for the in vivo imaging technique of positron emission tomography. Objectives are to design, develop and apply imaging probes that are specific and selective to...
  • Dr Aftab Alam
    My main research focus is Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) with special emphasis on Microglia Dynamics.
  • 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...
  • Professor Topun Austin
    I am a Consultant Neonatologist in Cambridge and Honorary Professor of Neurophotonics at University College London and have an interest in brain injury and imaging in the newborn. I lead the Evelyn Perinatal Imaging Centre (EPIC), based at the Ro...
  • Dr Pouya Baniasadi
    My general research interest is reverse engineering biological cognition; To understand the general principles and to create mathematical models that reproducing these strategies. Accordingly, I am interested in four major themes: Threat Detecti...
  • Andrew Bateman Dr Andrew Bateman
    Oliver Zangwill Centre for Neuropsychological Rehabilitation has a research strategy that has three themes: i) development of assessments, ii) development and immplementation innovative therapeutic interventions iii) evaluation of neuro-rehabil...
  • Dr Barry Bentley
    My current research aims to map and understand the extrasynaptic volume transmission networks in the nervous system of C. elegans.
  • Clemence Blouet Dr Clemence Blouet
    Impairments in central pathways regulating energy homeostasis can cause profound metabolic dysfunctions, but current knowledge is insufficient to develop safe and efficient therapies targeting these pathways. Brain metabolic sensing is based on th...
  • Andrea Brand Professor Andrea Brand FRS FMedSci
    Uncovering the molecular mechanisms that control neural stem quiescence and reactivation is crucial for understanding tissue regeneration under normal and pathological conditions and in response to ageing. It is critical to learn not only how stem...
  • Dr Alejandro Carnicer-Lombarte
    Neural interfaces allow for the formation of connections between the nervous system and external devices, and hold great potential in both the clinic and basic research. Though traditionally electrical in nature, recent advance in microfabrication...
  • Dr Keri Carpenter
    Research on human brain chemistry, in brain injury and brain tumour patients. Brain injury is a major cause of disability and death. While some brain injury survivors have good outcomes, others experience varying degrees of disability, which are o...
  • Jonathan Coles Dr Jonathan Coles
    As a clinician specialising within Neurointensive care my research interests are focused on describing the pathophysiology of head injury and optimising patient outcome. Using the combined facilities of the Wolfson Brain Imaging and Neurosciences ...
  • V. Peter Collins Professor V. Peter Collins
    The group is focusing on human brain tumours. The studies aim at documenting the genetic abnormalities involved in the development of these tumours and how these affect cell function. We wish to identify prognostic markers, therapy response marker...
  • Iulia Comsa Miss Iulia M. Comsa
    How do we lose consciousness when we fall asleep or go under anaesthesia? My research explores the neural dynamics of brain states at the boundary of consciousness. I study the transitions between levels of consciousness in natural, pharmacologica...
  • Dr Marta Costa
    I am the Project Team Leader for the Drosophila Connectomics group, started in October 2016, aims to build the adult olfactory connectome of Drosophila. That is, to describe every neuron that is involved in olfactory behaviour, and its connection...
  • Jeff Dalley Professor Jeff Dalley
    Primary research interests include behavioural and cognitive neuroscience, psychopharmacology and neuromodulation of limbic cortico-striatal brain circuitry. Specific interests include behavioural and neurobiological endophenotypes and their trans...
  • Dr Naomi Deakin MB BChir MA (Cantab)
    Dr Deakin is a PhD student in Clinical Neurosciences, co-supervised by Prof Peter Hutchinson (Neurosurgery) and Prof John Suckling (Psychiatry). Dr Deakin completed her medical training in Cambridge, followed by the Academic Foundation Programme i...
  • Robert Dudas Dr Robert Dudas
    I have carried out research projects on cognitive impairment in the context of progressive-degenerative dementias and affective symptomatology. My current interest in dementia spans from risk factors to clinical management. I have also investiga...
  • Professor Juan Manuel Gorriz
    The SIPBA group use computational and mathematical approaches based on the statistical learning theory to develop computer-aided diagnosis systems in the field of neuroscience. SiPBA aim to provide supporting tools to physicians in the early diagn...
  • Fergus Gracey Dr Fergus Gracey
    My research themes relate to assessment, recovery and rehabilitation following brain injury. I am especially interested in identity and emotional adjustment following acquired brain injury, self-regulation, cognitive rehabilitation and service del...
  • Regan Hamel
    I am working on a project that investigates the transcriptome of activated non-neuronal cells after traumatic spinal cord injury (tSCI). We are employing single cell RNA sequencing, a novel, unbiased, high-throughput technique, to elucidate the te...
  • Adel Helmy Mr Adel Helmy PhD FRCS (SN)
    My research interests are in Acute Brain Injury (Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and Subarachnoid Haemorrhage (SAH)) and in particular the innate inflammatory response following TBI. Inflammation plays a role in secondary injury following TBI, but is...
  • Ibrahim Jalloh Dr Ibrahim Jalloh
    Which fuels are best for the injured brain? Ibrahim is a consultant adult and paediatric neurosurgeon who was awarded a World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies Young Neurosurgeon of the Year award in 2017. His research, supported by the MRC, a...
  • 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...
  • Barry Keverne Professor Barry Keverne
    Professor Keverne has long standing experience in behavioural neuroscience and has, in the past 10 years, brought molecular genetic techniques to focus on brain development and investigate how genetic perturbations of the brain influence brain fun...
  • Zoe Kourtzi Professor Zoe Kourtzi
    My work aims to understand the role of learning and experience in enabling humans of all ages to translate sensory experience into complex decisions and adaptive behaviours. Adaptive cognitive abilities are critical for survival and social interac...
  • Dr Andrew Lawrence
    I am a psychologist with interests in the application of neuropsychological testing and advanced MRI techniques to understand cognitive function and dysfunction. I am currently investigating cognitive decline and MRI markers of pathology associate...
  • Mary-Ellen Lynall
    I am a psychiatrist investigating the neuroimmunology of treatment-resistant depression (TRD) with Prof Ed Bullmore and Dr Menna Clatworthy. There is an increasing appreciation that interactions between the immune system and the brain are clinical...
  • Bingjiang Lyu
    My research interests lie in the cortical mechanisms and dynamics involved in language comprehension using EEG/MEG and fMRI. Currently I am working on how the incremental processing of speech is affected by contextual information embedded in sente...
  • Anne Manktelow Anne Manktelow
    I work part-time in the Division of Anaesthesia as a Research Assistant conducting the follow-up studies with patients recovering from traumatic brain injury (including MRI scanning and neuropsychological testing). I am also undertaking a part-ti...
  • Dr Federica Marinaro
    Federica Marinaro currently works at the Gurdon Institute, University of Cambridge. Federica does research in Neuroscience. Her current focus is on studying Alzheimer's disease dynamics in human brain.
  • 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...
  • Dr Nicholas Mundy
    We study the evolutionary genetics of brain size and sensory systems in primates. In particular, we are interested in the evolution and selection of colour vision polymorphisms in New World monkeys and lemurs, the evolution of vomeronasal recept...
  • Fionnuala Murphy Dr Fionnuala Murphy
    My research focuses on how cognition and emotion interact - in healthy individuals, in individuals that suffer from mood disorders, and in brain-injured individuals. Executive control over neutral and emotional materials has featured prominently i...
  • 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....
  • Virginia Newcombe Virginia Newcombe
    My research focuses on the use of MR imaging as a biomarker in traumatic brain injury (TBI). I am particularly interested in prediction of outcome after TBI and how acute management influences the long-term outcomes of patients. My projects, which...
  • Dr Camilla Nord
    I am a neuroscientist researching the neural basis of psychiatric disorders using brain imaging, brain stimulation (TMS/tDCS), and cognitive paradigms in patients and healthy controls. I am particularly interested in the relationship between prefr...
  • Ioannis Pappas Mr Ioannis Pappas
    My research focuses on applying modern graph-theoretic tools to functional brain networks. I am particularly interested in investigating global network characteristics during different tasks and/or consciousness states. In addition, I am intereste...
  • Dr Joel Parkinson
    I am interested in the mechanisms underlying depression and its treatments. Currently, I am researching the relationship between the immune system and depression, with a focus on understanding how low-grade systemic inflammation can lead to depres...
  • Dr Rickie Patani
    The focus of my research is neural lineage restriction from human pluripotent stem cells and the subsequent regional fate specification of derived neural precursors. One key area of study is to investigate temporal responsiveness of human neural p...
  • Roy Patterson Dr Roy Patterson
    We have developed a computational model of the auditory signal processing that transforms a sound wave into the auditory image you hear in response to that sound wave. We investigate how the cochlea and neural centres in the auditory pathway proce...
  • Mr Alexander Peattie
    Investigating the role of methylphenidate in improving cognitive function following traumatic brain injury (TBI). Specifically, using fMRI data analysis and functional connectivity to investigate interactions between large scale networks and the m...
  • John Pickard Professor John Pickard
    Advancing the care of patients with acute brain injury (trauma, haemorrhage and hydrocephalus) from initial ictus, neurointensive care, recovery from coma and rehabilitation to final outcome through the study of pathophysiology (multimodality beds...
  • Alexa Pohl
    Many psychiatric conditions may have origins in abnormal brain development in utero. It is hypothesized that autism spectrum conditions (ASCs) may be linked to higher levels of testosterone during a critical period of brain 'programming' that occ...
  • Stephen Price Mr Stephen Price
    My group uses advanced multimodal MR and PET imaging to understand the heterogeneity of gliomas (high and low grade) in individual patients. We know that gliomas are among the most heterogeneous tumours but still do not have a method of detecting ...
  • Dr Christopher Proctor
    Chris's research is focused on engineering devices and developing materials to enable a seamless connection between electronics and living tissue in order to address intractable disorders. On going project themes include: Electrophoretic drug del...
  • 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...
  • Amber Ruigrok Amber Ruigrok
    Amber Ruigrok is a researcher at the Autism Research Centre, Dept of Psychiatry. Amber's PhD research investigated how testosterone and variation in the androgen receptor may be involved in the development of sex differences in human brain white m...
  • Stephen Sawiak Dr Stephen Sawiak
    I am a physicist working with MRI. My primary research interest has been in morphometry, with structural imaging, diffusion tensor imaging and spectroscopy. I am particularly focussed on preclinical applications.
  • Peter Smielewski Dr Peter Smielewski
    In an established environment of Clinical Neuroscience Dept large quantities of data can be captured from bed-side monitors. Using that data, continuous assessment of changing cerebrovascular haemodynamics and oxygenation is possible but requires ...
  • Mr Brandon Smith BSc
    My PhD research is centered on the contextual challenges associated with long-term follow-up of patients of whom have sustained a traumatic brain injury (TBI) in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), and exploring innovative, evidence-based so...
  • Dr Eric Thelin
    Monitoring the pathophysiology of the injured brain, primarily using brain specific proteins of tissue fate ("biomarkers") as well as advanced intracranial monitoring equipment. While in Cambridge, I will focus on neuroinflammation and potential t...
  • Dr Kamen Tsvetanov
    Dr. Tsvetanov is a Brain Non-Clinical Postdoctoral Fellow in cognitive neuroscience of ageing. The central goal of his research is to obtain a better understanding of the complex relationship between human brain dynamics and cognition in healthy a...
  • Professor Lorraine Tyler
    The interdisciplinary research in my lab combines cognitive models with multi-modal imaging to understand the neurobiological substrate for language functions, and the extent to which they are adaptive and capable of reorganisation following eithe...
  • Georgios Varsos Dr Georgios Varsos
    My focus has been on modelling of brain haemodynamics, particularly describing a terminal situation of cerebral circulation, associated with ischemic strokes. A new methodology was created which can be used for estimating brain’s zero-flow pressur...
  •  Dr Petra Vertes
    I am an MRC fellow in Bioinformatics at the Brain Mapping Unit (BMU). My work builds on methods and concepts from physics and bioinformatics and applies them to fundamental problems in neuroscience. In particular, I am interested in the structure-...
  • Dr Deborah Vickers
    Deborah Vickers is funded by a Medical Research Council Senior Fellowship in Hearing Research. She leads the ‘Sensory Optimisation Using Neuroscience for Devices’ (SOUND) Lab, where research is focussed on understanding sound perception, impact...
  • Jack Waldman Mr Jack Waldman
    I am currently working as a Research Assistant on several projects with fellow colleagues at the ARC. One project is investigating the role of foetal testosterone in later brain function. The other two are investigating brain development in siblin...
  • Andrew Welchman Dr Andrew Welchman
    I am interested in how the brain brings together information from the senses to support perception and interaction with the rapidly changing world. Work in my lab integrates psychophysics, movement recording, modelling and brain imaging techniques...
  • Dr Ian Winter
    Primitive neural mechanisms of auditory scene analysis. My research searches for neurophysiological correlates of the cues necessary for the segregation and fusion of auditory objects. This work is carried out in close collaboration with psychop...
  • Dr Leor Zmigrod
    Dr Leor Zmigrod is a Research Fellow at the University of Cambridge. Her research combines methods from experimental psychology, cognitive science, and neuroscience to investigate the psychology of ideological adherence and group identity formatio...

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