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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...
  • Maha Alfaidi
    My research aims to better define the selective vulnerability of neurons toward the pathological protein in Parkinson's disease model. Neurons exposed to misfolded α-synuclein can develop pathological protein aggregates, it has recently been shown...
  • 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 Gemma Bale
    Gemma is the head of the Neuro Optics Lab, a new, multidisciplinary research group that operates jointly between the Departments of Physics and Engineering at the University of Cambridge. We develop and validate new optical methods to monitor brai...
  • Paula Banca Dr Paula Banca
    My research is aimed at understanding the neural mechanisms underlying action control with the purpose of developing more effective treatments in psychiatric diseases. I am interested in compulsive disorders, particularly Obsessive-Compulsive Diso...
  • Jean-claude Baron-Cohen Professor Jean-Claude Baron
    My research focuses on the pathophysiology of ischaemic stroke and the mechanisms underlying subsequent deterioration or recovery, including neuronal damage, tissue inflammation and long-term plasticity processes. In terms of methodology, my appro...
  • Miss Izabele Batkovskyte
    My primary research interests concern the underlying neural mechanisms of psychosis risk and schizophrenia. I am currently working on the Psychosis Risk Outcomes Network (ProNET) study, which aims to identify multimodal biomarkers spanning psychop...
  • Saashi Bedford
    My research focuses on using neuroimaging to try to parse the heterogeneity observed in autism and other neurodevelopmental disorders. I am particularly interested in sex differences, subgrouping, and brain-behaviour relationships.
  • Mirjana Bozic Dr Mirjana Bozic
    I study language as a cognitive and a neural system. My research focuses on the neural mechanisms that support spoken language comprehension. Using behavioural and neuroimaging techniques, I investigate how different properties of the speech input...
  • Kevin Brindle Professor Kevin Brindle
    We have developed non-invasive magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) techniques that enable us to track labelled cells that have been implanted in the CNS. This work has been conducted in collaboration with Robin Franklin. In addition we are developi...
  • Dr Stephanie Brown
    My research with the CIDDRG is focused on functional and structural brain changes during the development of Alzheimer's Disease in Down's Syndrome and mediating factors of onset.
  • Ed Bullmore Professor Ed Bullmore
    I am interested in understanding human brain network organization from neuroimaging data in health and disease. My recent methodological work has focused on graph theory to measure aspects of brain network topology. I am also interested in bette...
  • Dr Stephen F. Carter PhD
    As a cognitive neuroscientist my principal research interest is understanding the pathological cascade of Alzheimer’s disease in humans primarily with PET biomarkers of amyloid and tau. My research uses techniques that include high-resolution neur...
  • Bhismadev Chakrabarti Professor Bhismadev Chakrabarti
    My research group is based at the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics at the University of Reading. We study emotion perception, empathy, and autism using functional MRI, eye gaze tracking, and psychophysiology. I am happy to co...
  • Vasiliki Chatzi
    I am interested in applying statistical and machine learning approaches to build models that can characterise psychiatric symptoms/disorders. During my PhD I developed a novel pipeline for biomarker identification in schizophrenia using neuroimagi...
  • 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 ...
  • 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 Maria Dauvermann
    I have a strong grounding in translational psychiatry and multidisciplinary mental health research. In particular, I focus on the investigation of brain alterations that may underlie suicide, mood and psychotic disorders, including schizophrenia a...
  • Dr Eleni Dimou
    Tau is a soluble protein interacting with tubulin to stabilize microtubules. Under pathological conditions, it becomes hyperphosphorylated and adopts a filamentous conformation with a pivotal role in Alzheimer’s Disease pathogenesis. Although tau ...
  • 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...
  • Maria-Eleni Dounavi
    I am a Research Associate at the department of Psychiatry (Old Age Psychiatry research group). My research is focused on multi-modal MR brain imaging and utilisation of state-of-the-art image processing tools to investigate early changes occurrin...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Miss Seyedeh-Rezvan Farahibozorg
    My current research is aimed at characterisation of semantic networks in the brain based on source reconstructed concurrent Electro-/Magnetoencephalography (E/MEG)). Multiple brain areas are thought to play role in semantic cognition. However, th...
  • Dorothea Floris Dorothea Floris
    I am interested in the neurobiological underpinnings of autism spectrum conditions (ASC) with special focus on cerebral lateralization and functional connectivity. During my PhD I investigated atypical hemispheric specialisation in ASC at differen...
  • Dr Liliana Galindo MD PhD
    I am a psychiatrist; my PhD was in neuroimaging in psychosis (UAB). I am a Professor Ad Honorem of the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Colombia. I am interested in translational research in psychiatry, especially in psychosis, and in novel psy...
  • Mark Gurnell Dr Mark Gurnell
    Current programmes of research: 1. endocrine basis of financial decision-making 2. genetic and acquired disorders of the hypothalamic-pituitary-thyroid axis 3. novel approaches to sparing hypothalamic-pituitary function in patients with sellar/par...
  • Professor William Harris
    Where does the nervous system come from in the embryo? How does it grow to the right size and shape? How do stem cells turn into more committed neuronal progenitors and how do these cells know when to leave the cycle and differentiate into neural ...
  • 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....
  • Olaf Hauk Dr Olaf Hauk
    I use a multi-modal imaging approach to problems in the neuroscience of language and cognition. Reading: How are the complex computations underlying reading behaviour implemented so efficiently and flexibly in our brains? I address this question ...
  • Berthold Hedwig Dr Berthold Hedwig
    I analyse the neural mechanisms underlying acoustic communication in insects which use species-specific sounds for mate attraction. I use behavioural, neurophysiological and optical imaging techniques with the aim to understand: 1. The neural mech...
  • Dr Yuan Huang
    I am interested in using mathematical and mechanical tools to describe the biological systems. Better understanding of diseases can be achieved by further analysing the structural and functional imaging data. We hope our work will improve the diag...
  • Becky Inkster Dr Becky Inkster
    I am a Neuroscientist passionate about digital interventions in mental health, social media data analysis, genomics, molecular biology, and neuroimaging. I am passionate about working with hard-to-reach, disadvantaged groups and youth culture. I...
  • 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...
  • Clemens Kaminski Professor Clemens Kaminski
    We develop advanced microscopic imaging techniques that permit us to elucidate molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration. We use techniques such as lifetime, spectrum and polarisation resolved imaging that inform on protein misfolding, aggregat...
  • Gabriele Kaminski Schierle Dr Gabriele Kaminski Schierle
    Our current research is focused on uncovering the molecular mechanisms that cause proteins to misfold and aggregate in live model systems of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) and Parkinson’s disease (PD). To enable this work we have developed a range of ad...
  • Dr Hamid Karimi-Rouzbahani
    With an interest in method development for neuroimaging analysis (EEG, MEG and fMRI) using machine learning, I pursue three main questions in cognitive neuroscience: How does the human brain support visual perception? How is information transfer...
  • Dr Ece Kocagoncu
    At the Cambridge Centre for FTD, under the supervision of Prof James Rowe I work in dementia biomarker research. The projects I work in are Cam-CAN Frail, New Therapeutics in Alzheimer's disease (NTAD), Deep and Frequent Phenotyping Project (DFP) ...
  • Antonina Kouli Dr Antonina Kouli
    I am a Research Associate interested in neuroinflammation and its role in neurodegenerative diseases. My research focuses on characterizing the inflammatory changes in PD and evaluating their relationship with dementia and other symptoms. This wor...
  • Dr Olympia Koulouri
    Olympia is a Clinical Lecturer in Endocrinology at the Wellcome Trust-MRC Institute of Metabolic Science. Her PhD studies, under the supervision of Dr Mark Gurnell and Dr Nadia Schoenmakers, focused on central disorders of thyroid function. She ...
  • 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 Chao Li
    Dr Li is a Senior Research Fellow with expertise in both clinical neuroscience and computation modelling. Dr Li is particularly interested in developing novel machine learning approaches based on imaging and multi-omics data to for personalised ma...
  • Audrey Low
    My research focuses on understanding the role of cerebrovascular dysfunction in dementia and cognitive impairment, with the help of multimodal neuroimaging techniques and clinical data. My current research examines cerebral small vessel disease ...
  • 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...
  • Elijah Mak Elijah Mak
    I am a Gates Cambridge scholar working on my PhD at the Department of Psychiatry. Broadly, my research interest relates to the use of multi-modal neuroimaging techniques to characterise structural and functional deficits in dementia and related co...
  • Maura Malpetti
    I am a Race Against Dementia & ARUK fellow at the Cambridge Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia and Related disorders. I am interested in the study of neuropathology, biomarkers and clinical features of neurodegenerative diseases, with special inte...
  • Dr Flavia Mancini
    Chronic pain affects 1 in 5 people and is the leading cause of disability in the world. There are unresolved questions that urgently require answers to treat pain effectively, a crucial one being how the brain processes pain signals and gives rise...
  • 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...
  • Professor Hugh Markus
    I use molecular genetic and neuroimaging (MRI and Transcranial Doppler) techniques to investigate the pathogenesis of, and develop treatments for, cerebrovascular disease. A particular interest is in cerebral small vessel disease, a major cause of...
  • William Marslen-Wilson Dr William Marslen-Wilson
    My research interests are in the cognitive science and neuroscience of language. I study the comprehension of human language in the mind and the brain using interdisciplinary neuroimaging and multivariate analysis techniques aimed at identifying ...
  • Liria Masuda-Nakagawa Dr Liria Masuda-Nakagawa
    I am interested in the circuit mechanisms of odor discrimination learning in the higher brain. The mushroom bodies (MBs) of insect brains are centers for associative olfactory learning. Using Drosophila larva, I have characterized the input region...
  • 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...
  • 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 Nicolas Nicastro
    I am a Swiss board-certified Neurologist with a strong interest in dementia and movement disorders. My research focuses on molecular PET/SPECT and structural MRI imaging in dementia with Lewy bodies and Parkinson disease, especially as early diag...
  • Dr Camilla Nord
    I am Group Leader at the University of Cambridge, MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, and Director of Studies in Psychological and Behavioural Sciences at Christ’s College Cambridge. My lab investigates the neural, cognitive, and computational ...
  • John T O'Brien Professor John T O'Brien
    My research interests include the role of biomarkers, especially MRI, SPECT and PET imaging, in the differential and early diagnosis of dementia, including identifying those 'at risk' of future cognitive decline and developing markers of onset and...
  • Dr Christopher Osuafor
    I am a British Heart Foundation Cambridge Centre for Research Excellence Clinical Research Fellow and Honorary Specialist Registrar in Geriatrics and Stroke Medicine at Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge. My research, the Cambridge 7T Cerebral Smal...
  • Miss Claudia Pallucca
    My research focuses on the effect of stroke and other cerebrovascular diseases on cognition and emotion, from a behavioural and biological point of view. In particular, my PhD project will involve the study of apathy in stroke patients: we will ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • 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 Siddharth Ramanan
    I am a neuropsychologist and neuroscientist investigating the genesis and neural contributors of heterogeneous cognitive and behavioural symptoms in neurodegenerative dementia syndromes. I completed my PhD in 2020 from The University of Sydney, Au...
  • Dr Nadine Randel
    Each animal responds to its environment in a dynamic and flexible manner. Behavioral transitions in response to external and internal conditions can be learned or innate actions, mediated by different neuronal circuits throughout the nervous syste...
  • Stefan Rogers-Coltman
    The primary motive of my research is to understand the role that the superior colliculus plays in mouse movement and decision-making. I employ in vivo 2-photon calcium imaging and the design of novel behavioural tasks in order to examine the cellu...
  • 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...
  • Mr Matthew Rouse
    I am a PhD student at the MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit supervised by Prof Matt Lambon Ralph.
  • Barbara Sahakian Professor Barbara Sahakian FMedSci DSc
    My research is aimed at understanding the neural basis of cognitive, emotional and behavioural dysfunction in order to develop more effective pharmacological and psychological treatments. The focus of my lab is on early detection, differential dia...
  • 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.
  • William Schafer Dr William Schafer
    The fundamental nature of mental phenomena such as perception, learning and memory is one of the remaining scientific mysteries. Since the neuroanatomy of mammalian nervous systems is exceedingly complex and incompletely characterized, it is diffi...
  • 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.
  • Dr James Stefaniak
    I am a neuroscientist and psychiatrist interested in cognition and its impairment following acute (e.g. stroke) and progressive (e.g. dementia) brain damage as well as psychiatric disorders. I am particularly interested in the neural mechanisms un...
  • Zhongzhao Teng Dr Zhongzhao Teng
    Atherosclerotic plaques are multi-component structures composed of a lipid core, calcium or haemorrhage enclosed by a fibrous cap, which can be captured by MRI. The rupture of atherosclerotic plaques is responsible for most clinical symptoms of he...
  • Dr Ru Tian
    IMAGING ALPHA-SYNUCLEIN OLIGOMERS IN PARKINSON’S DISEASE BRAINS To date, the molecular origins of PD are not fully understood and no disease-modifying treatments are available. Although Lewy bodies are relatively inert, smaller soluble assemblies...
  • Dr Livia Tomova
    I am interested in how stress, loneliness and social isolation affect the brain and mind, especially during adolescence. My PhD research in Psychology at University of Vienna (supervised by Claus Lamm) focused on the effects of acute stress on so...
  • 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...
  •  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...
  • Professor Valerie Voon
    Why do we repeat behaviours that we know are bad for us? Or make impulsive poorly considered decisions? These decision making processes are relevant in our daily lives and can be hijacked in disorders of pathology. The Voon lab spans across Camb...
  • Trevor Wardill Dr Trevor Wardill
    I am a sensory neurobiologist. I investigate evolution of dynamic cephalopod iridescence and colour vision in flies, how they evolved, how they function and what purpose they serve in the ecology of the animal. In particular, I am interested in un...
  • 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...
  • Simon White Dr Simon White
    Developing methodology to address issues when applying Bayesian longitudinal modelling with missing data, Bayesian sample size and study design, or large scale simulation studies to applications in neuroimaging, cognition and ageing.
  • Miss Alicia Wilcox
    I have a special interest in neurodegenerative conditions and dementias. These conditions have a similar presentation and many overlapping features, which often implicates diagnosis and treatment. I am looking at how these conditions impact the ...
  • Dr Cai Wingfield
    My research interests are modelling the cognitive processes and representations underlying language comprehension. Currently I am using functional neuroimaging techniques such as EEG, MEG and fMRI, alongside multivariate pattern analysis techniqu...
  • Dr Noham Wolpe
    I am an Academic Clinical Fellow in the Department of Psychiatry. My broad interest is in the interplay between cognition and action in humans. More specifically, my previous work has been on volition, perception of action and cognitive contribut...
  • Miss Rebecca Woodrow
    My research aims to better characterise the consequences of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) using multimodal neuroimaging (fMRI, PET, DTI). This focuses upon resting-state fMRI to investigate network dynamics, dysfunction, and recovery, and how these...
  • Dr Alexandra Woolgar
    We study the neural basis for flexible cognitive control, underpinning the incredible human capacity for diverse and flexible behaviour. Our research uses multivariate analysis of fMRI, E/MEG, and combined TMS-fMRI data. We are interested in ho...
  • Miss Katharina Zuhlsdorff
    I am interested in the neural basis of reinforcement learning and cognitive flexibility in relation to depression and other psychiatric disorders. I use multimodal neuroimaging and behavioural datasets in my research and aim to translate findings ...

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