Dr Alex Kafkas PhD

Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience

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Overview

I am currently a Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience investigating long-term memory and amnesia. I teach on the BSc in Psychology, BSc in Cognitive Neuroscience & Psychology degrees as well as in postgraduate programmes within the School of Biological Sciences.I am also co-Chair of the DNEP ethics panel and a member of the University Research Ethics Committee 2.

Biography

I gained my first degree in Psychology from the University of Athens, followed by an MSc in Cognitive Neuropsychology from University College London (UCL). I obtained my PhD in Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory from the University of Manchester. I was a postdoctoral researcher and then a Research Fellow at the University of Manchester since 2012 and I am currently a Lecturer in Cognitive Neuroscience.

Qualifications

Ph.D. in Psychology-Cognitive Neuroscience of Memory (University of Manchester)             

M.Sc. in Cognitive Neuropsychology (University College London)

B.Sc. in Psychology (University of Athens, Greece)

 

                                                                                                                                                             

Memberships of committees and professional bodies

Experimental Psychology Society

Society for Neuroscience

Organisation for Human Brain Mapping

Cognitive Neuroscience Society

British Psychological Society

British Neuroscience Association

Biology, Medicine and Health (BMH) Domains

Keywords

  • Memory, Novelty, fMRI, Eye tracking, EEG, Hippocampus, Neuropsychology

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