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Natalie Nelissen

MSc, PhD

Post-doctoral Researcher

Natalie’s research focuses on understanding how cognitive processes such as learning and decision making are influenced by mood fluctuations.

More specifically, within the framework of the Collaborative Oxford Network for Bipolar Research to Improve Outcomes (ConBRIO), we are studying the cognitive neuroscience of bipolar disorder. We aim to measure changes in high-level regulatory cognitive functions associated with mood instability across different time scales. To this end, we are developing novel behavioural and multi-modal imaging (MRI, MEG) paradigms in combination with a longitudinal study design to detect fluctuations across time.

 In the future, such measures may be prove useful to inform the clinical diagnosis and treatment of mood disorders.

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