Title of PhD: Integrating structural and functional connectivity networks in sleep and epilepsy
Supervisors: Dr Andrew Bagshaw; Dr Stephen Mayhew
Rebecca is interested in the electrophysiological and behavioural signatures of sleep and epilepsy. This work involves the combination of multiple brain imaging techniques with both healthy and clinical populations.
First Class BSc in Psychology from the University of Birmingham. She has previously worked as a research assistant investigating Sleep Disorders.
Sleep; Sleep deprivation; Sleep disorders; Neuropsychological assessment; EEG - fMRI; Functional connectivity; Epilepsy
In the video above, Becky describes here research and use of the facilities within the Birmingham University Imaging Centre
Undergraduate teaching assistant – Adult Neuropsychological Disorders (3rd year module)
Wilson, R. S., Mayhew, S. D., Rollings, D. T., Goldstone, A., Przezdzik, I., Arvanitis, T. N., & Bagshaw, A. P. (2015). Influence of epoch length on measurement of dynamic functional connectivity in wakefulness and behavioural validation in sleep. NeuroImage, 112, 169-179.