Rikki Lissaman

Research student, School of Psychology

Research summary

My research focuses on the  application of neuroimaging techniques to investigate structural and functional  brain alterations in healthy young adults who are at-risk of developing Alzheimer’s  disease.

Undergraduate education

2013 – 2016: BSc (Hons.) Psychology, University of  Birmingham – First Class

Postgraduate education

2018 – Present: PhD Cognitive Neuroscience, Cardiff  University
2016 – 2017: MSc Brain Imaging, University of Nottingham –  Distinction

Employment

2015 – 2016: Research Assistant, University of Birmingham
2015: Wellcome Trust Biomedical Vacation Scholarship,  University of Sheffield

Research interests

Funding

2018 – 2021: School of Psychology OPEN PhD Studentship,  Cardiff University
2015: Wellcome Trust Biomedical Vacation Scholarship

Research group

Cognitive Neuroscience
CUBRIC

Research collaborators

Dr Carl Hodgetts

Professor Andrew Lawrence

Professor Kim Graham