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.
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.
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