Natasha Yasmin

Natasha Yasmin

School of Psychology

Contact details

University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

Natasha Yasmin is currently undertaking doctoral research to explore cognitive difficulties in a cohort of children with epilepsy at different developmental stages using neuropsychological tools. Her work will identify the underlying neurobiological causes with the help of a combination of MRI and fMRI models, to identify clinically relevant biomarkers of specific cognitive deficits associated with epilepsy in children.


  • PhD candidate, University of Birmingham, UK - current
  • MPhil Clinical Psychology, AMITY University, India (2014)
  • MA Applied Psychology, Jamia Milia Islamia, India (2012)
  • BSc Psychology, Calcutta University, India (2010)


Natasha is a clinical psychologist and hypnotherapist with clinical experience in core psychiatric hospitals. She is well trained in cognitive behavior therapy and is working in the area of cognitive neuroimaging.

Doctoral research

PhD title
Identifying imaging biomarkers of cognitive problems in children with epilepsy


Research group

Cognitive Neuroimaging