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Dr Bethany Coad

Dr Bethany Coad

Research Associate

School of Psychology

My interests are the neural underpinnings of complex cognitive functions. I am interested in alterations to cognitive functioning as a result of structural changes to the brain as a result of damage or disease. My current work involves investigating the impact of thalamic stroke on memory processes

Undergraduate Education

2007-2010 : BSc Psychology, University of Exeter

Postgraduate Education

2010-2011: MSc Psychological Research Methods, University of Exeter

2013-2017: PhD Cognitive Neuroscience: Cardiff University

Awards/External Committees

2011: Psychological Research Methods Prize
2011: Deans Commendation for academic performance

Employment

2009-2010: Research Intern- Exeter Mood disorders centre
2011-2012: Research Assistant, Cardiff University
2012: Associate Research Fellow, Exeter University (Peninsular Medical School)
2012-2013: Research Assistant, Exeter University (Peninsular Medical School)

2018- : Research Associate, Cardiff University (Cardiff University Brain Research Imaging Centre)

Teaching assistant, Cardiff university, 2013-2016

My interests are the neural underpinnings of complex cognitive functions. I am interested in alterations to cognitive functioning as a result of structural changes to the brain as a result of damage or disease. My current work involves investigating the impact of thalamic stroke on memory processes.

Research Collaborators

Seralynne Vann

Claudia Metzler-Braddley