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Sharon Erzinclioglu
Research staff, Executive processes group

sharon.erzinclioglu@mrc-cbu.cam.ac.uk
01223 273718
I have a degree in Zoology and a PhD in Animal Behaviour. Before joining the CBU I worked on various projects in Cambridge, mainly as a data analyst.   I am now an Investigator Scientist in the Executive Processes Group, and my specific focus is with the Cambridge Cognitive Neurosciences Research Panel (CCNRP). The CCNRP is a very special panel of patients interested in taking part in research into brain structure and function. All members of the CCNRP have suffered a non-traumatic, acquired brain injury, mainly as the result of stroke, tumour, or abscess. Many have had a high resolution MRI scan from which the extent of their brain lesion has been hand traced by a neurologist. Access to the CCNRP is open to all meembers of the Cambridge Neuroscience community.   Over the years at the CBU  I have previously worked mainly in the Memory and Perception Group where I was involved in various projects concerning memory and language ability in patients with Alzheimer's Disease, Fronto-temporal and Semantic Dementia. Most recently I was also involved with the  CamCAN: Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience Project, a Community-based Healthy Ageing Study.
CBSU publications
PATTERSON, K., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. (2008) Drawing as a ‘window’ on deteriorating conceptual knowledge in neurodegenerative disease, In: Drawing and the non-verbal mind: a life-span perspective Eds. C Lange-Kuettner and A Vinter. Cambridge University Press, p281-304 [Read More]

Bristow, M., Cook, R., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. , Hodges, J. (2008) Stress, distress and mucosal immunity in carers of a partner with fronto-temporal dementia., Aging & Mental Health, 12(5), 595-604. [Read More]

HODGES, J.R., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. & PATTERSON, K. (2006) Evolution of cognitive deficits and conversion to dementia in patients with mild cognitve impairment: A very long-term follow-up study, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 21(5-6), 380-391 [Read More]

Perry, R.J., Williams, G., Rosen, H., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. , GRAHAM, A., Weiner, M., Miller, B. & HODGES, J.R. (2006) Patterns of frontal lobe atrophy in frontotemporal dementia: a volumetric MRI study, Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders, 22(4), 278-287 [Read More]

Galton, C.J., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. , Sahakian, B.J., Antoun, N. & HODGES, J.R. (2005) A comparison of the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination (ACE), conventional neuropsychological assessment and simple MRI-based medial temporal lobe evaluation in the early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s Disease, Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 18(3), 144-150 [Read More]

Gregory, C., Lough, S., Stone, V., ERZINCLIOGLU, S. , MARTIN, L., BARON-COHEN, S. & HODGES, J.R. (2002) Theory of mind in patients with frontal variant frontotemporal dementia and Alzheimer’s disease: Theoretical and practical implications, Brain, 125(4), 752-764 [Read More]

Calderon, J., Perry, R.J., Erzinclioglu, S. W., Berrios, G.E., Dening, T.R. & HODGES, J. (2001) Perception, attention and working memory are disproportionately impaired in dementia with Lewy bodies compared with Alzheimer’s disease, Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry, 70 (2), 157-164 [Read More]

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