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Postdocs

Dr Johan Alsio, PhD
  • My main research interest is the cognitive control over behaviour in health and disease. I am currently studying the neurobiological basis of cognitive flexibility in the intact brain and in preclinical models of schizophrenia.
Dr Chris Heath, PhD
  • I am interested in understanding how pathology-related molecular and cellular changes in defined neuronal circuits affect behaviour and cognition in Alzheimer's Disease.
Dr Martha Hvoslef-Eide, PhD
  • Working on the development and validation of a cognitive test battery for schizophrenia as part of the NEWMEDS project.
Dr Adam Mar, PhD
  • Working on the development and validation of a cognitive test battery for schizophrenia as part of the NEWMEDS project.
Dr Simon Nilsson, PhD
  • My general interest is in the neural mechanisms supporting the cognitive domains disrupted in schizophrenia. I am currently studying the role of copy number variations, and the extent to which chromosomal microdeletions may contribute to cognitive impairments relevant to schizophrenia.
Dr Charlotte Oomen, PhD
  • I am very interested in how learning and memory processes change in conditions of psychopathology such as schizophrenia and stress. My research focusses on the neurobiology and anatomy underlying paired associate learning (PAL), and spatial working memory and pattern separation (TUNL) in the touchscreen operant chamber.