Recent pre-prints and publications (click to download)
Millard, S. K., Furman, A. J., Kerr, A., Seminowicz, D. A., Gao-Smith, F., Naidu, B. V., & Mazaheri, A. (2021). Predicting Post-operative Pain in Lung Cancer Patients using Pre-operative Peak Alpha Frequency. medRxiv.
Segaert, K., Poulisse, C., Markiewicz, R., Wheeldon, L., Marchment, D., Adler, Z., Howett, D., Chan, D., & Mazaheri, A. (2021). Detecting impaired language processing in patients with mild cognitive impairment using around-the-ear cEEgrid electrodes. Psychophysiology (in press)
Furman, A. et al (2021) Sensorimotor Peak Alpha Frequency Is a Reliable Biomarker of Prolonged Pain Sensitivity. Cerebral Cortex.
I am a Senior Lecturer at the School of Psychology, University of Birmingham and a Principal Investigator at the Center for Human Brain Health.
The aim of my research is to investigate what insight electrophysiological activity measured at the scalp using EEG and MEG, can provide on how the brain processes information from the outside world. I am also interested in why certain individuals are more vulnerable than others to developing neurodegenerative disorders.