Our interdisciplinary research aims to answer cognitive neuroscience questions by identifying patterns in the complex interactions between brain regions at rest or during goal directed behaviour. This includes work on network adaptive behaviours (reorganisation/plasticity) triggered by abrupt (e.g. trauma, stroke) or gradual structural changes (e.g. neuropsychiatric/neurodegenerative diseases, ageing) or pharmacological agents.
Functional/structural architecture in health and disease
Brain dynamics and complexity
Ultra-High-Field MR neuroimaging
Neurobiology of consciousness
Neurobiology of traumatic brain injury (severe and mild)
Neuromodulatory effects of brainstem nuclei on large scale brain networks
The neural basis of cognitive, behavioural and emotional outcomes following traumatic brain injury
Neurobiology of language comprehension
In vivo mapping of pharmacologically induced functional reorganization onto the human brain’s neurotransmitter landscape. AI Luppi, JY Hansen, R Adapa, RL Carhart-Harris, L Roseman, C Timmermann, D Golkowski, A Ranft, R Ilg, D Jordan, V Bonhomme, A Vanhaudenhuyse, A Demertzi, O Jaquet, MA Bahri, NLN Alnagger, P Cardone, ARD Peattie, AE Manktelow, DB. de Araujo, SL Sensi, AM Owen, L Naci, DK Menon, B Misic, EA Stamatakis. Science Advances. 16;9(24):eadf8332. doi: 10.1126/sciadv.adf8332.