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Pippa Watson

BSc (Hons)

MSc Student

  • Translational Neuropsychology (Demeyere Lab)


I am an MSc student currently undertaking my master’s research project in the Translational Neuropsychology group.

Broadly speaking my research interests are in cognitive functioning and plasticity in stroke, neurodegeneration and ageing.

My current project involves investigating the impact that cognitive reserve has on cognitive functioning in a chronic stroke sample.

Prior to my studies at Oxford, I received my BSc (Hons) in Psychology from UCL.