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Matthew Rouse
Graduate student
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I am a PhD student supervised by Prof Matt Lambon Ralph. The aim of my PhD is to explore impaired social behaviour in frontotemporal dementia, and attempt to elucidate the contributions of the frontal and temporal lobes in supporting social behaviour. 

From 2018-2019, before starting my PhD, I was a research assistant at the Cambridge Centre for Frontotemporal Dementia, led by Prof James Rowe. 


CBSU publications
WILLIAMS, R., Adams, N., HUGHES, L., ROUSE, M. , Murley, A., Naessens, M., Street, D., Holland, N., ROWE, J. (In Press) Syndromes associated with frontotemporal lobar degeneration change response patterns on visual analogue scales, Scientific Reports [Read More]

Murley, A.G., ROUSE, M. A., Jones, S., Ye, R., HEZEMANS, R.H., O’Callaghan, C., Frangou, P., Kourtzi, Z., Rua, C., Carpenter, A., Rodgers, C.T., & ROWE, J.B. (2020) GABA and glutamate deficits from frontotemporal lobar degeneration are associated with disinhibition, Brain, 143(11), 3449-3462 [Open Access]

Murley, A.G., Coyle-Gilchrist, I., Rouse, M. A., Jones, P.S., Li, W., Wiggins, J., Lansdal, C., Vázquez Rodríguez, P., Wilcox, A., Tsvetanov, K.A., PATTERSON, K., LAMBON RALPH, M.A., ROWE, J.B. (2020) Redefining the multidimensional clinical phenotypes of frontotemporal lobar degeneration syndromes, Brain, 143(5), 1555-1571 [Open Access]