New paper: Misophonia
My latest paper on functional connectivity in fMRI data acquired from Misophonia sufferers while at rest and when presented with sounds is published in the Journal of Neuroscience. We argue that Misophonia is not a disorder of sound emotion processing but it is a result of hyper mirroring by a part of the motor cortex involved in producing these trigger sounds.
More than 150 news articles have been published on this research.
STEM for Britain 2021
On March 1st 2021, I presented my work to the Houses of UK Parliament as a finalist of the STEM for Britain 2021 contest. My work entitled "A monkey model of auditory scene analysis: How does the brain solve the 'cocktail party problem'?" was presented in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences category.
Here is my presentation:
On July 10th 2019, I graduated from Newcastle University, UK with a PhD in Auditory Neuroscience. Here is my interaction with Pro Vice Chancellor Prof David Burn on stage.
3 Minute Thesis
I was a finalist of 3MT - Three Minute Thesis contest held at Newcastle University on June 5th 2019.
On 25th April 2019, I received “Honorable Mention” in 2019 Doctoral Research Awards under ‘Natural and Life Sciences’ category across all UK PhD students awarded by ABTA.
On October 25th 2018, I successfully defended my Neuroscience PhD thesis titled "A primate model of human cortical analysis of auditory objects".