Potential PhD topics
Our work basically follows two strands: 1) small-scale behavioural and neuroimaging experiments on the cognitive neuroscience of human episodic memory, 2) large-scale analysis of existing neuroimaging datasets on healthy ageing (eg CamCAN) and dementia.
To hear a high-level overview about our recent work on memory (July 2023), you could watch this video (note some familiarity with cognitive neuroscience of memory is assumed).
To hear an overview about our work on healthy ageing using the CamCAN cohort (Jan 2021), you could watch this video.
Some more specific suggestions are below, but note that the list below is not exhaustive; i.e, if you have a topic in mind that overlaps with my general interests (e.g. relating to above two talks), please do email to discuss!
3. Behavioural, fMRI and/or M/EEG experiments on the effect of healthy ageing on memory and cognition, as part of our large, collaborative Cambridge Centre for Ageing and Neuroscience (Cam-CAN), particularly multivariate methods for integration of behavioural and neuroimaging data (Henson et al., 2016).