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Speaker: Dr Caroline Hartley

Caroline's research investigates how sensory information is processed in infants, particularly focusing on the development of pain processing. Her research combines neuroimaging and neurophysiological techniques (Electroencephalography - EEG - and functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging - fMRI) with the aim of improving future pain management in infants.

Caroline completed her undergraduate degree in Mathematics at the University of Warwick in 2008. She then joined the Centre for Mathematics and Physics in the Life Sciences and Experimental Biology (CoMPLEX), University College London, first undertaking a masters degree in Mathematical Biology before carrying on to do a PhD. Her PhD research examined brain development in preterm babies. Specifically, her research investigated the patterning of bursts of activity observed in EEG recordings of preterm babies. She also used computational neural network models to explore how neuronal connections form in the developing brain.

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About PsyNApps - Psychology and Neuroscience Applications Society

The junction where psychology and neuroscience research meets action and innovation.

PsyNAppS aims to disseminate information about what you can do with your psychology or neuroscience degree and research. We are here to tell you everything Freud hasn't. We want to show you how psychology and neuroscience can be applied practically to a variety of industries.