- 2020: Extraordinary Junior Research Fellow - The Queen's College, Oxford
- 2019: Academy of Medical Sciences - Future Leader in Innovation, Enterprise and Research Programme
- 2018: The Worshipful Society of Apothecaries Proxime Accessit Prize
- 2014 - 2017: Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellowship
- 2017: The Mansell Prize in Neurosciences, Medical Society of London
- 2016: Charles Symonds Prize - Association of British Neurologist
- 2016: NHS Clinical Entrepreneur Fellowship
- 2015: Oxford University Teaching Excellence Award
- 2015: OxTALENT award for educational outreach & public engagement
MBBS BSc AICSM AFHEA MRCP DPhil
Clinical Lecturer in Neurology
Kinan is a Clinical Lecturer in Neurology and Neurosciences at The University of Oxford. He trained in clinical medicine at Imperial College London and completed a DPhil at Oxford University as a Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Fellow. His research interests are in Cognitive Neurology and Translational Clinical Neurosciences and he sits on the UK's Joint Neurosciences Council. He has a strong interest in medical technology and is a NHS Clinical Entrepreneur, health innovation consultant and preventative medicine advocate. Kinan has won numerous awards for his research, educational initiatives and entrepreneurial projects. He is currently studying the mechanisms of motivation and memory in health and neurodegenerative diseases and aims to develop novel strategies for early detection, risk stratification and prevention of cognitive decline in early stage dementia.
Reward insensitivity is associated with dopaminergic deficit in rapid eye movement sleep behaviour disorder.
Barber TR. et al, (2022), Brain
Augmented Reality Can Improve Accuracy in Identifying Botulinum Toxin Injection Sites
MUHAMMED K., (2022), EMJ Innovations
Reward sensitivity and action in Parkinson's disease patients with and without apathy.
Muhammed K. et al, (2021), Brain Commun, 3
Dopamine and reward hypersensitivity in Parkinson's disease with impulse control disorder.
Drew DS. et al, (2020), Brain, 143, 2502 - 2518
Voluntary modulation of saccadic peak velocity associated with individual differences in motivation.
Muhammed K. et al, (2020), Cortex, 122, 198 - 212
REFRACTORY SEIZURES: A CASE OF POST-PARTUM PYRIDOXINE DEPENDENT EPILEPSY
Chaudhuri S. et al, (2019), JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, 90, E68 - E68
Dopamine D2 receptor stimulation modulates the balance between ignoring and updating according to baseline working memory ability.
Fallon SJ. et al, (2019), J Psychopharmacol, 33, 1254 - 1263
May Measurement Month 2018: a pragmatic global screening campaign to raise awareness of blood pressure by the International Society of Hypertension (vol 40, pg 2006, 2019)
Beaney T. et al, (2019), EUROPEAN HEART JOURNAL, 40, 3109 - 3109
Dopamine guides competition for cognitive control: Common effects of haloperidol on working memory and response conflict.
Fallon SJ. et al, (2019), Cortex, 113, 156 - 168
Motivation dynamically increases noise resistance by internal feedback during movement.
Manohar SG. et al, (2019), Neuropsychologia, 123, 19 - 29