Upcoming Events

ISMRM Workshop on MR Value Mar 11, 2019 - Mar 13, 2019 — University of Edinburgh
European Molecular Imaging Meeting 2019 Mar 19, 2019 - Mar 22, 2019 — Scottish Event Campus, Glasgow
Edinburgh SPM Course 2019 Apr 01, 2019 - Apr 05, 2019 — University of Edinburgh
RiiSE19 Conference Apr 13, 2019 12:00 AM — Central Edinburgh
Scottish Radiological Society Spring Meeting 2019 May 17, 2019 09:00 AM - 05:00 PM — McDiarmid Park, Perth

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Dr Vasili Savitski


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Dr Astrid Schloerscheidt

I am interested in individual differences in memory processing, in particular in how far certain personality traits can explain such differences. The personality trait I am particularly interested in is extraversion as this trait has been linked to the functioning of the dopamine system. This relationship allows me to treat measures of extraversion as a proxy measure of dopamine availability and thus make an attempt to link differences in the efficiency of the dopamine system to potential differences in memory processing. I study this question using EEG/ERP using already established ERP measures to investigate whether levels of extraversion (and thus dopamine availability) affect processes underlying memory encoding and retrieval. The use of EEG/ERP is particularly useful as it will show differences in neuronal processing even in the absence of behavioural differences (i.e. differences in memory performance).

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Miss Julie Schoorl


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Professor Christian Schwarzbauer

I enjoy working at the interface of multiple disciplines, such as physics, mathematics, neurobiology, and cognitive neuroscience, as this provides an excellent platform to translate cutting-edge imaging methods research into novel clinical applications. I am particularly interested in the development and optimisation of quantitative neuroimaging methods and their applications to study normal cognitive function, impaired consciousness, dementia, normal ageing, stroke and depression. My current research activities include: (i) functional MRI and PET in disorders of consciousness (e.g. coma, vegetative state, minimally conscious state); (ii) functional and structural MRI in stroke; (iii) functional connectivity MRI in depression; (iv) microvascular MRI and cerebrovascular reactivity mapping in normal ageing and dementia.

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Dr Lutz Schweiger


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Professor Philippe Schyns


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Dr Kenneth Scott-Brown


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Miss Judith Secklehner


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Dr Bjoern Seitz


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Dr Robin Sellar


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