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Current Neuroimaging PhD Students

The following lists all PhD students who are currently being supervised by academic staff in the Department of Neuroimaging.

Those students linking to profiles have their First Supervisor in the Department.

Norazah Abu Bakar - Mapping central, peripheral changes in response to headaches

Kiran Beneng - Investigating central, peripheral, genetic and psychometric roles in chronic orofacial pain: Patients with burning mouth syndrome.

David Bouls - MRI and EEG in Alzheimer’s disease, Frontotemporal Dementia and Vascular Dementia

Richard Joules - Fusion of multimodal data for machine learning applications in psychiatric drug development

Katherine Jolly - Exploring the modulation of pain: imaging, psychophysics and phenomenonology.

Wasim Khan - Imaging Markers of Pre-Clinical Alzheimer's Disease, Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia

Nadine Khawaja - Novel Assessment of Ongoing Post-Surgical Trigeminal Pain using Magnetic Resonance Perfusion Imaging

A Leslie - Mapping the relationship between white matter and executive function across the adult lifespan

Lena Lim - Neuroimaging Correlates of Physical Abuse in Childhood

Christos Michaelides - Advancing Magnetic Resonance Instrumentation for the In Vivo Detection of Iron in Neurodegeneration

Kie Woo Nam -    Cortical thickness and its neurodevelopmental correlates in adolescents who were born very preterm

Nagulan Ratnarajan - Diffusion Tensor Imaging and White Matter Fibre Tractography

Duncan Sanders - Neural Correlates of Clinical Pain

Asal Shahidiani - Imaging the Brain in Autism and Typical Development

Nick Spahr - Clinical and Neuroimaging Classification of mechanical and neuropathic low back pain

Floris Stylios - Structural MRI in early onset Schizophrenia

Thomas Walker - tbc

Robert Westphal - Characterisation of Two Animal Models of Parkinson's Disease by Structural and Functional Neuroimaging

Past Neuroimaging PhD Students (since 2012)

Astrid Pauls - Risk factors of postpartum psychosis

James Wooley - Structural Brain Changes in White Matter Preceding the Onset of Psychosis: An MRI Study in a High-Risk Population

Stephen Wastling - Optimising Resting State Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging Acquisition

Francesco Carletti - Psychosis and cortico-cortical connectivity

Sheba Azam - Is the motor cortex hyperexcitable in Motor Neuron Disease? A study using pharmacological fMRI

Katrina McMullen - Allocentric spatial memory in schizotypal personality

Anne Schmechtig - The Investigation of Eye Movements in Models of Schizophrenia

Sanja Budisavljevic -  Anatomy of perisylvian language pathways in the living human brain: a diffusion tensor imaging approach.

Fahmida Chowdury - Multimodal Investigation of Endophenotypes in Idiopathic Generalised Epilepsy

Sara De Simoni -  The glutamate hypothesis of schizophrenia: testing the ketamine model

Camilla Simmons - The feasibility of simultaneous EEG, Biosensor and functional MRI in the rat to study biological targets implicated in cognitive processes

Stephanie Forkel - Identification of anatomical predictors of aphasia recovery with diffusion tensor imaging

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