Cognitive neuroimaging in epilepsy

Magnetic resonance imaging provides a powerful tool for visualising brain structure and function in the living working brain. In this project, we employ a range of MRI techniques – fMRI, connectivity, diffusion and structural imaging – to investigate the basis of the cognitive and psychological difficulties experienced by many people with epilepsy.


  • Examine the bases of neuropsychological dysfunction in epilepsy, and predictors of outcomes in epilepsy, through behavioural measures of cognitive and psychological function and imaging measures of brain structure and function.

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