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  1. Amy Pilkington

    Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Sciences

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Using Bayesian Adaptive Optimisation to develop cognitive-behavioural and fMRI tasks of emotional reactivity and reward processing in autism spectrum disorder

    1/10/20194/11/2020

  2. Zalina Dezhina First/primary/lead supervisor

    Neuroimaging

    Master of Philosophy

    Altered Functional Connectivity under Psychedelics and different psychiatric conditions

    1/06/2021 → …

  3. Zachary Cohen

    Biomedical Engineering Department

    Doctor of Philosophy

    The use of simultaneous EEG-fMRI for image guided neuromodulation of brain dynamics

    9/10/2020 → …

  4. Ksenia Sokolova

    Neuroimaging

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigating brain ageing with Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Convolutional Neural Networks

    1/10/20162/03/2018

  5. Nik Vowles First/primary/lead supervisor

    Neuroimaging

    Doctor of Philosophy

    To what extent can neuroadaptive Bayesian optimal task selection be used with EEG?

    1/02/2019 → …

  6. Ksenia Sokolova

    Neuroimaging

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Investigating brain ageing with Magnetic Resonance Imaging and Convolutional Neural Networks

    1/10/20161/09/2021

  7. Tess Verneuil

    Psychosis Studies

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Structural Neuroimaging Correlates and Biomarkers of Treatment Response in Psychosis

    1/10/2019 → …

  8. Amy Pilkington

    Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Sciences

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Using Bayesian Adaptive Optimisation to develop cognitive-behavioural and fMRI tasks of emotional reactivity and reward processing in autism spectrum disorder

    1/10/2019 → …

  9. Amy Pilkington

    Forensic & Neurodevelopmental Sciences

    Doctor of Philosophy

    Using Bayesian Adaptive Optimisation to develop cognitive-behavioural and fMRI tasks of emotional reactivity and reward processing in autism spectrum disorder

    1/10/201915/06/2022

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