Dr Amanda Wood PhD MPsych

 

Senior Lecturer

School of Psychology

Amanda Wood

Contact details

School of Psychology
University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Qualifications

BSc(Hons) The University of Melbourne, Australia
PhD The University of Melbourne, Australia
MPsych (Clinical Neuropsychology), The University of Melbourne

Teaching

Current:

Adult Neuropsychology Syndromes (3rd year ugrad module)

Fundamentals in Brain Imaging Methods (Postgraduate module from Brain Imaging and Cognitive Neuroscience MSc)

Ad hoc teaching in MDS/PG modules within the school

Postgraduate supervision

Current students

PhD

Hayfaa Al Ansari (co-supervised with Professor Glyn Humphreys), UoB 

Paras Joshee (co-supervised with Dr Elizabeth Grunfeld), UoB

Kritsian Suen (co-supervised with Dr Linda Wheeldon), UoB

Penelope Hartmann - PhD candidate, Monash University, Australia

MSc Psychological Research (Brain Imaging Pathway)

Kirsty Hall

Undergraduate final year students

Amy Brown

Kirsty Tulloch

 

Soon to join the lab!

Juliana Jezler 

Other activities

Professional commitments

Scientific Advisory Committee, Epilepsy Research UK

Division of Neuropsychology, Professional Standards Unit, British Psychological Society

Executive Committee and Scientific Advisory Board, Australian Pregnancy Register for Women with Epilepsy and Allied Disorders, 2009-present

Doctor of Psychology (Clinical Neuropsychology) Advisory Board, Monash University 2007 – 2010

Publications

Latest publication from the lab:

July 2014 - This paper addresses the important question of how prenatal valproate exposure may lead to neuropsychological difficulties in children of women with epilepsy. It examines brain structure using MRI and is the first study internationally to measure these effects in this group. It's open access and here's where you can find it: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/acn3.74/abstract 

 

For related publications please see https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Amanda_Wood/publications/

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