Research Assistant and PhD Candidate
- Imaging sciences
Mihail joined King’s as a student in 2014, completing a BSc in Neuroscience and an MSc in Neuroimaging in 2017 and 2018, respectively. He is currently a research assistant and a PhD candidate at the Forensic and Neurodevelopmental Sciences department. His research focuses on exploring neurochemistry and functional brain connectivity in autism (and neurodiversity, more broadly).
Mihail is also an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and has worked as a teaching assistant at King’s in the past four years. He has contributed to several undergraduate and postgraduate courses at King’s, including as a neuroscience tutor, neuroanatomy and neurophysiology demonstrator, research methods and statistics demonstrator, and chief postgraduate tutor.
- Neurodevelopmental and Psychiatric Conditions
- Computational Neuroscience
Research Groups & Projects
- Group: AIMS-2-TRIALS
- Projects: Shiftability