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  • Dr Gonzalo Arrondo
    My research is centered in the study of the relationship between high-order decision making and emotion in neuropsyquiatric patients such as those with depression. For this aim my main tools are functional neuroimaging (specifically fMRI), cogniti...
  • Moataz Assem Moataz Assem
    I study the brain mechanisms of attention that allow the construction of goal-directed behavior.
  • Professor John Aston
    Statistical Neuroimaging
  • Dr Aya Ben-Yakov
    I investigate brain mechanisms underlying encoding of new episodic memories, with a specific interest in revealing how we encode real-life events that unfold over time. To this end, I combine behavioural and neuroimaging paradigms utilising films ...
  • 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...
  • Dr Daniel Bor
    My current main research focus is on the effects of drowsiness and conscious level (both measured neurally) on cognition, and how this is modulated by age and disease (Alzheimer's). I am using MEG, fMRI and structural imaging techniques to examine...
  • Robin Borchert Mr Robin Borchert
    I work with fMRI to investigate how drug treatments, which target the cognitive deficits in Parkinson's Disease, affect network connectivity. This provides a great opportunity to understand and optimize these treatments for patients.
  • Annette Brühl Dr Annette Brühl
    My research is concerned with the interaction of emotion and cognition - how cognitive processes regulate emotion, how emotion interacts with cognition - with a particular focus on the neurofunctional processes. These processes are disturbed in af...
  • Adrian Carpenter Dr Adrian Carpenter
    Our group develops new techniques for the acquisition and analysis of PET and MR images to improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of disease. We also develop novel instrumentation, for example we are an internationally leading centre d...
  • Matt Davis Dr Matt Davis
    My work is interdisciplinary, combining diverse methodologies from Cognitive Neuroscience to investigate the neural mechanisms involved in spoken and written language comprehension. I work on a range of topics, including speech perception, lexical...
  • John Duncan Professor John Duncan
    Brain basis for attention, intelligence and cognitive control; including studies of normal cognition and behaviour, impairments following brain damage, functional brain imaging, and single cell electrophysiology. For John Duncan's popular science...
  • Paola Finoia Dr Paola Finoia
    My current work combines neurobehavioral observation, fMRI and EEG in patients with Disorders of Consciousness (DoC). In particular, my research investigates which factors might predict patient performance, which technique (or combination of techn...
  • Jane Garrison
    Investigating reality testing failures in hallucinations, including in schizophrenia
  • Nuno Goncalves Nuno Goncalves
    I use high-field functional magnetic resonance imaging (7T fMRI) to study basic functional properties of human visual cortex at a very fine spatial scale. High-field fMRI with sub-millimeter resolution allows us to extract hemodynamic responses at...
  • Dr Laura Hughes
    My current research interests are on the role of the prefrontal cortex for voluntary and goal directed actions, and prefrontal interactions with other brain systems. I use both MEG and fMRI, along with behavioural and neuropsychological data, to i...
  • Ms Nazia Jassim
    For my PhD research, I use ultra-high resolution fMRI to study perception and higher-level cognition in autism. My research interests include neuroimaging methods, cognitive neuropsychiatry, and computational modelling.
  • Dr Jonathan Jones
    I am currently investigating functional brain organisation in a large group of children who struggle at school. I am also interested in the development of cognitive control and how we can use cognitive training to investigate cognitive mechanisms.
  • Simon Jones Mr Simon Jones
    Imaging analysis and study design in Dr James Rowe's Group. Mainly looking at impulsivity in Parkinson's disease, stroke and dementia using structutral MR, PET and fMRI.
  • Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi Seyed-Mahdi Khaligh-Razavi
    Understanding the human visual system using non-invasive brain imaging methods, and developing computational models of object recognition.
  • 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...
  • Dina Kronhaus Dr Dina Kronhaus
    My research is focused on studying connectivity and neural re-organisation, in the human brain, using theoretical modelling techniques to complement analysis of experimental data. I aim to identify overlapping yet distinct neural circuits implicat...
  • Mr Andrea Luppi
    Coming from a background in philosophy and cognitive science, I am interested in the relation between mind and (grey) matter. Specifically, my PhD work aims to characterise how the capacity for cognition and consciousness arises from the complex i...
  • 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...
  • Sarah Mason Dr Sarah Mason
    My research interests are: 1) Better defining the neuropsychological profile of presymptomatic and early Huntington's disease using fMRI scanning and behavioural testing. With a particular interest in determining the factors which underpin the cog...
  • Mr Johannes Mehrer
    Object recognition and categorization in ventral temporal cortex.
  • David Menon Professor David Menon
    The research program of the University Division of Anaesthesia has aimed to understand regional cerebral pathophysiology to advance the care of critically ill patients after brain injury, from initial ictus, through recovery from coma and rehabili...
  • Daniel Mitchell Dr Daniel Mitchell
    My research focuses on visual object representations in the human brain. I am interested in the flexible nature of such representations, their limited capacity and resolution in perception, visual working memory, and imagery, and their links with ...
  • Dr Davide Nardo
    I investigate the cognitive and neural mechanisms of memory, emotional, and thought control in humans (both psychiatric populations and healthy controls) using behavioural, psychophysiological, and functional and structural neuroimaging techniques.
  • Dr Luca Passamonti
    I study the brain mechanisms underlying variability in emotional behaviours, and their role in neuropsychiatric disorders. I consider the neural underpinnings of individual differences in personality traits as neuroticism, impulsivity, and aggress...
  • 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...
  • Charlotte Rae Charlotte Rae
    I am a cognitive neuroscientist, investigating the structural and functional brain networks that support human voluntary action. The process of initiating voluntary movements, and then stopping or changing our actions, relies on interactions betwe...
  • Andres Roman-Urrestarazu Dr Andres Roman-Urrestarazu
    My research interests are related to developmental disorders such as Autism, Schizophrenia and ADHD. I am interested in risk factors and traits that predispose to neuro-developmental disorders.
  • Dr Ayan Sengupta
    My research is centered on Neuroimaging, specifically Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI). I am particularly interested in Ultra-high field human fMRI and the application of machine learning and other computational modelling in understand...
  • 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 ...
  • Jon Simons Professor Jon Simons
    Our research investigates the cognitive and brain mechanisms responsible for the subjective experience of remembering, and how we use mental experiences to make sense of the world, helping us to keep a grip on reality. This work involves inter-re...
  • Dr Roma Siugzdaite
    I am trying to understand brain mechanisms that drive changes during the development by means of functional and structural MRI data.
  • Ms Martine Skumlien
    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.
  • Lennart R. B. Spindler
    After previous work in neurotransmitter and neuromodulator systems from micro-, meso- and macroscopic angles, Lennart is currently working with multimodal neuroimaging approaches to develop a framework to understand how neurotransmitter and neurom...
  • Emmanuel  A Stamatakis Dr Emmanuel A Stamatakis
    My research aims to decode complex relationships between remote and/or proximal brain regions, which form networks at rest or during goal directed behaviour. This includes work on network adaptive behaviour (reorganisation/plasticity) triggered by...
  • Dr Li Su
    I lead Artificial Intelligence and Computational Neuroscience group (http://www.aicn-group.com) and Alzheimer's Research UK (ARUK) East Network Centre. I am Chair of Neuroimaging in Neuroscience Institute at University of Sheffield and ARUK Senior...
  • Deniz Vatansever Deniz Vatansever
    Extensive neuroimaging research has identified a set of brain regions with prominent activity during “no task” baseline conditions, collectively known as the default mode network. The DMN is hypothesized to drive a variety of functions including f...
  • 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...
  • Mr Yi Zhang
    I used mathematical models to describe resting state function brain networks, either a statical network or a dynamic network. In one of my project, I used machine learning models to classify sex and later using that model to establish a brain desc...

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