Greig de Zubicaray

I completed my Masters in Clinical Neuropsychology at UQ in 1995, followed by a Ph.D. in Cognitive Neuroscience in 2001. My Ph.D. fMRI experiments were conducted with the Neuroimaging Research Group at the Institute of Psychiatry, London, UK. Much of my research addresses how fMRI may be used to inform and constrain models of cognitive processes, especially language and memory. Other areas of interest include disorders of memory and language, neuroimaging methods, imaging genetics, and neuropsychological assessment.

Katie McMahon
Centre for Advanced Imaging

I completed my Ph.D. in MR Physics at UQ in 1999. I'm the principal pulse sequence programmer on the Siemens and Bruker platforms at the Centre for Advanced Imaging, and responsible for implementing echoplanar imaging (EPI) sequences for fMRI at 3 field strengths: 1.5, 3 and 4 Tesla. I have broad research interests in fMRI, diffusion tensor imaging (DTI) and sodium imaging.

Postdoctoral fellows

Hanna Gauvin
Hanna has joined us from Robert Hartsuiker's group in Ghent, where she completed her PhD on speech monitoring using fMRI and behavioural methods. Her work will range across several projects, and will include neuroimaging, brainstimulation, genetics and psycholinguistic methods.

Research Officer

Kori Johnson
I completed my Bachelor in Psychology with Hons in 2009 at UQ. Held an associate research assistant position with the Queensland Institute of Medical Research and the Centre for Advanced Imaging (2009-2012) where I was responsible for administration, data collection and analysis on an epidemiology neuroimaging genetics project. I have broad research interests in psycholinguistics, neuroimaging and genetics. My interests in psycholinguistics lead me to complete a Masters of Speech Pathology in 2013 at UQ. Currently I am employed on a prospective study of language function following surgical resection of left hemisphere primary brain tumours.

Postgraduate students

Baptiste Couvy-Duchesne
Baptiste joined us from the University of Rennes, France. His neuroimaging genetics project is co-supervised by Dr. Margie Wright of the QIMR Berghofer Institute for Medical Research and Dr Katie McMahon of the Centre for Advanced Imaging.

Lachlan Strike
Lachlan's neuroimaging genetics project is co-supervised by Dr. Margie Wright of the QIMR Berghofer Institute for Medical Research and Dr Katie McMahon of the Centre for Advanced Imaging.

Samuel Hansen
Sam is examining mechanisms of self-monitoring in speech production and is co-supervised by Assoc. Prof. Jenny Burt of the School of Psychology.

And the dearly departed...

Anaïs Llorens
Anaïs was awarded a France-Australia Science Innovation Collaboration (FASIC) program Early Career Fellowship to join us as part of a collaboration with Xavier Alario's group in Marseille and Marcus Meinzer at UQ CCR. She is now in Oslo, Norway.

Sophia Van Hees
Sophia's project was entitled "Mapping the Brain Mechanisms of Naming Treatment Post-Stroke", co-supervised by Assoc. Prof David Copland of the Centre for Clinical Research and Dr Katie McMahon of the Centre for Advanced Imaging. She is now a postdoctoral research fellow at the Language Processing Lab at the University of Calgary.

Benjamin Sinclair
Ben joined us from Imperial College London. His neuroimaging genetics project was co-supervised by Dr. Margie Wright of the Queensland Institute for Medical Research and Dr Katie McMahon of the Centre for Advanced Imaging.

Harrison Veith
Harrison's thesis examined mechanisms of lexical access in speech production and was co-supervised by Assoc. Prof. Ross Cunnington of the Queensland Brain Institute.

Katharina Saß

While in the lab, Katharina's postdoctoral research focussed on the neurocognitive interaction of emotion and cognition with the aim of identifying possible neural networks of multimodal integration during speech production. She is now a postdoctoral research fellow at the Neuromodulation of Emotion Research Group at the University of Bonn.

Carly Mayberry
Carly completed her Doctorate of Clinical Psychology and Clinical Neuropsychology and is now working at the Royal Brisbane and Women's Hospital.

Douglas Fraser

Doug is now working as an RA at UQCCR

Gabriella Blokland

Gabriella has commenced her postdoc at Massachusetts General Hospital & Harvard Medical School to continue her research into genetic effects on brain structure and function.

Emily Moseley

Emily has returned to Washington University to complete her graduate studies after completing the Washington University Program.

Natasha Postle
Natasha is now employed at the Redcliffe-Caboolture Child and Youth Mental Health Service as a clinical neuropsychologist.

Sarah Gay

Sarah has returned to PHELMA to complete her biomedical engineering studies.

Julia Hocking
Following her postdoc at the lab, Julia has moved to QUT School of Psychology and Counselling to pursue epilepsy and memory research.

Mark Strudwick

Following the award of his doctorate, Mark is pursuing his research interests in traditional Chinese medicine and medical imaging.

Christina Sveller
Christina is now Rehabilitation Neuropsychologist at the Yarra Ranges Health SACS in Victoria after completing her research project that involved developing a protocol for fMRI studies of language lateralisation in children.

Chloe Najac

Chloe has returned to France and is a PhD student in NMR Spectroscopy at MIRCen, CEA.

Marjorie Villien

Marjorie returned to Grenoble to complete her biomedical engineering studies and is now a Research Fellow in Radiology at the Harvard Medical School

Jan Hoffman

Jan has returned to Hamburg to complete his biomedical engineering studies.

Andrew Hockey
Andrew graduated with his Masters in Philosophy in December 2006. He is now working at the Centre for Online Health.

Matt Eastburn

Matt Eastburn is a biomedical engineer who is now with BrainLAB, a commercial company.

Emma Bendall

Emma was an RA in the lab.

Lina Lorenz

Lina has returned to Hamburg...

Susanne Schnell

Susanne Schnell completed her Masters thesis and has now completed her Ph.D. in Jürgen Hennig's lab in Freiburg, Germany. She is currently working as a post-doctoral fellow in Chicago.

Caroline Dumanoir
Caroline is in Spain, the last time we heard!