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  • Dr Yashar Ahmadian
    Our broad interest is in understanding how large networks of neurons, e.g. those in the cerebral cortex, process sensory inputs and give rise to our perception and cognitive functions through their collective dynamics and learning on multiple tim...
  • 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.
  • Dr Marco Brancaccio
    Molecular, cellular and circuit mechanisms of circadian rhythms generation in mammals
  • Paul Brooks
    My area of research focuses on how the cellular skeleton is formed and maintained. Fundamentally, microtubules are comprised of just 3 proteins, however, their functions are diverse. During cell division MTs lock onto and pull apart chromosomes, ...
  • 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...
  • 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 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...
  • Nick Donnelly Mr Nick Donnelly
    I am interested in understanding how different brain regions, containing different types of neurons, and with different architectures, are able to work together to process information and produce adaptive behaviour. Currently I am investigating t...
  • Alex Dunn
    I'm a PhD student studying the development of cellular-scale brain networks in vitro. I grow primary murine neuronal cultures and record spontaneous activity on microelectrode arrays (MEAs). I also analyse MEA recordings of stem-cell-derived huma...
  • Jessica Fritz Ms Jessica Fritz
    My main research interest is the study of resilience in individuals who have experienced childhood adversity. Resilience can be described as a process of positive adaptation following exposure to childhood adversity. Childhood adversity is strongl...
  • Dr Lorna Garcia Penton
    In my current Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship, I aim to map the interface between the semantic representational and control networks by estimating the dynamical causal networks (DCNs) underlying on-going resting-state fMRI. This also includes d...
  • 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....
  • Dr Rebecca Jackson
    In my British Academy fellowship, I am building a computational model of semantic cognition that includes both representation and control processes. I am linking this model to the semantic network within the brain to demonstrate the cortical seman...
  • 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...
  • Emer Jones
    I’m interested in using artificial neural networks as a modelling framework for the human ventral stream: first developing an additional test-bed of how ‘brain-like’ neural nets are, and then trying to improve their ability to predict neuroimaging...
  • Miss Mona Khodary
    Current masters student on the 2021-22 Basic and Translational Neuroscience Cohort. My interests resolve around cellular and network disfunction in disease, primarly Autism and Alzheimer's disease. For my project I am studying the properties of ne...
  • 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...
  • Markus Kuhn Dr Markus Kuhn
    I am a Computer Scientist and one of my many interests include information-theoretic and signal-processing aspects of neural physiology, in models of human perception and learning, and in computer architectures specifically designed to execute bio...
  • 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...
  • Dr Kanad Mandke
    I am a Research Associate at the Centre for Neuroscience in Education, Department of Psychology. My research interests include the analysis of brain networks and understanding the neurophysiological basis of speech processing in children. To this ...
  • 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...
  • Theo Markettos Dr Theo Markettos
    We're building Bluehive, a large-scale neural network computer, aimed at simulating millions of neurons in real time on custom (FPGA) hardware. We're collaborating with the universities of Manchester, Sheffield and Southampton as part of the BIMP...
  • Harvey McMahon Dr Harvey McMahon FRS
    Molecular mechanisms of vesicle exocytosis, endocytosis and membrane trafficking in neurons. We are interested in understanding basic mechanisms of vesicle trafficking, especially at the synapse, where synaptic vesicle exocytosis and endocytosis ...
  • Dr Susanna Mierau
    My research focuses on the fundamental rules that govern the development of synaptic and network activity in the cortex and how this process is disrupted in autism and related disorders, with the ultimate goal of developing novel therapies. I com...
  • 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 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...
  • Timothy O'Leary Dr Timothy O'Leary
    How do nervous systems adapt and repair themselves? How do they exhibit coherent function in spite of variable underlying properties? I study these questions using theory, computational models and experiments. For example, it is well known that n...
  • David Parker Dr David Parker
    We examine cellular and synaptic properties in neuronal networks using the lamprey spinal cord locomotor network as a model system. While this network is claimed, and often cited, as being characterised, there are actually significant gaps in our ...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Dr Miranda Robbins
    The Zlatic Lab is interested in identifying the neural circuits required for behaviour. My work in the group aims to identify memory engrams and the mechanisms of long-term memory formation. For this work I use 2-photon microscopy with holography ...
  • 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.
  • Dr Sebastian Schneegans
    In my research, I combine human behavioral experiments and computational modeling to address questions of visual working memory and spatial cognition. I am in particular interested in the neural mechanisms underlying working memory, and how the ne...
  • 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...
  • Jonathan Tay
    My research uses MRI techniques, such as diffusion tensor imaging (DTI), to map structural brain networks in cerebral small vessel disease. Using graph theoretical techniques, I aim to understand how cognition, affect, and behaviour are influenced...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  •  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...
  • 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...
  • 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...

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