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MBBS, BSc, AICSM, MRCP
Wellcome Trust Clinical Research Training Fellow
- DPhil Candidate
- Neurology Clinical Fellow
I received my medical degree and neuroscience BSc at Imperial college, London. I then completed my core medical training within the London deanery and now work at the John Radcliffe Hospital as a neurology clinical fellow reading for my DPhil in clinical neurosciences.
My research interests are in cognitive neurology, specifically motivation in neurodegenerative disorders such as Parkinson's disease. I aim to explore mechanisms underlying apathy, and to investigate the effects of dopamine on manifestations of impulsive and apathetic decision making. I am also keen to investigate the motor and physiological consequences of apathy in neurological diseases.
I have a strong interest in the use of technology in medicine and neuroscience. I hope to carry out my research in healthy adults and in neurology patient groups using a combination of behavioural tasks, biosensors, eye tracking and Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI).
Muhammed K. et al, (2016), Brain, 139, 2706 - 2721
Clinical significance of apathy in Parkinson's disease
Muhammed K. and Husain M., European Medical Journal: Neurology
Chong TT. et al, (2015), Cortex, 69, 40 - 46
Muhammed K. et al, (2015), Lancet, 385 Suppl 1
Muhammed K., (2014), Med Health Care Philos, 17, 239 - 240
Goldstone AP. et al, (2009), Eur J Neurosci, 30, 1625 - 1635
Muhammed K. and Ball J., (2014), BMJ Case Rep, 2014
Muhammed K. and Bain P., (2012), JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY, 83
Oxford University Teaching Excellence Award
OxTALENT - Outreach and Public Engagement Award
British Neurologists Charles Symonds Prize