Catriona Scrivener

From August 2019, I have been working with Alex Woolgar at the MRC Congition and Brain Sciences Unit at the University of Cambridge. We are setting up combined TMS-fMRI in the unit, and will be optimising the recording parameters for future cognitive experiments. I plan to use the new TMS-fMRI setup to investigate the top-down role of the intraparietal sulcus on processing in the visual cortex.

In July 2019 I submitted my PhD in Neuroscience at the University of Reading, in the Centre for Integrative Neuroscience and Neurodynamics. My research involved simultaneous EEG-fMRI measures of change detection, and I have a strong interest in methods for EEG and combined analysis.

You can view my full CV here.

People often enquire about the origins of my name. My forename is Scottish, and my surname comes from the Latin 'scribo' or 'scribere', meaning to write!