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Dr Eleanor Dommett

Research interests

PhD supervision:

Morgane Colom (OU/KCL Studentship): Investigating the neural underpinnings of individual variation in conditioned and motivated behaviour associated with substance use disorders. [2019-2021]

Amy Turner (BRN PhD Studentship): Investigating The Impact Of Chronic Treatment With ADHD Medications On The Neural Correlate Of Distractibility [2014-2017]

Louise Brace (Open University Studentship): Characterisation of the Superior Colliculus in a Rat Model of Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder [2011-2014]

Loes Koorenhof (Open University Studentship): Characterisation of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder using behavioural and neurophysiological instruments [2010-2014]

Grant income:

2019 'Evaluating the impact of transcripts and push-reminders on lecture capture use and student outcomes in a large undergraduate module' Echo360 £5000

2019-2021 'Investigating the effects of cardio and non-cardio exercise on adults with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)' Rosetrees Trust £59282 

2011-2013 ‘An investigation into the efficacy of atomoxetine in ameliorating individual symptoms of ADHD’Brain and Behavioral Research Foundation (previously NARSAD).  $50457.75

 

Biographical details

I completed my first degree in Psychology at Sheffield University before undertaking an MSc in Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry in London. After my MSc I returned to Sheffield University to complete a doctorate in Neuroscience under the supervision of Prof Paul Overton and Prof Peter Redgrave. During this period I became an Open University tutor, teaching Biological Psychology. Once my PhD was complete I moved to Oxford to take up a post doctoral position at the Dept of Pharmacology. During this three year period I also held a Junior Research Fellowship at Somerville College, Oxford and held Stipendiary Lectureship in Neuroscience at Lady Margaret Hall.

I joined the Open University in 2009 as a Lecturer in Psychology and wored on a number of modules, most notably leading the development of a third year sensory neuroscience module. In February 2010 I was accepted as a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I established my research at the OU investigating the neural basis of ADHD using an animal module of the condition. In 2015 I joined KCL as a Senior Lecturer in Psychology.

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