Recent publications (click to download)

Millard, S. K., Furman, A. J., Kerr, A., Seminowicz, D. A., Gao-Smith, F., Naidu, B. V., & Mazaheri, A. (2022). Predicting Post-operative Pain in Lung Cancer Patients using Pre-operative Peak Alpha Frequency. British Journal of Anesthesia link

Segaert, K., Poulisse, C., Markiewicz, R., Wheeldon, L., Marchment, D., Adler, Z., Howett, D., Chan, D., & Mazaheri, A. (2022). Detecting impaired language processing in patients with mild cognitive impairment using around-the-ear cEEgrid electrodes. Psychophysiology link 

Furman, A. et al  (2021) Sensorimotor Peak Alpha Frequency Is a Reliable Biomarker of Prolonged Pain Sensitivity. Cerebral cortex link.

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I am an associate professor 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, from a  neurobiological perspective, why certain individuals are more vulnerable than others to developing disorders such as postoperative delirium, chronic pain, and dementia. 

Latest news: 

New book chapter out :

The relationship between evoked and induced EEG/MEG changes: Going beyond labels" appearing in The Oxford Handbook of EEG Frequency. Oxford University Press. Preprint


Recent research that investigated the link between inflammation and brain fog. Click here for news story, and here for publication link.