Dr Hannah Chandler

Research Associate

Research group:
Neuroscience
Email:
ChandlerHL1@cardiff.ac.uk
Telephone:
029 225 10256
Location:
CUBRIC, Maindy Road

Research summary

2013-2016: PhD candidate in Cognitive Neuroscience

PhD supervisors: Professor Paul Downing (Bangor) and Professor Kim Graham (Cardiff)

My PhD uses different neuroimaging techniques such as fMRI/MRI to study and understand the neural basis of spatial memory and the cortical representation of scene processing. At present I am using multi-voxel pattern analysis to examine how spatial properties of objects are represented in the scene selective cortex (PPA, RSC, OPA).

Teaching summary

Research methods and statistics: 2013-2015 (Bangor and Cardiff).

Full list of publications

 

Research topics and related papers

My PhD uses different neuroimaging techniques such as fMRI/MRI to study and understand the neural basis of spatial memory and the cortical representation of scene processing. At present I am using multi-voxel pattern analysis to examine how spatial properties of objects are represented in the scene selective cortex (PPA, RSC, OPA).  

Funding

PhD Funding: ESRC

Research group

Neuroscience

Research collaborators

Professor Kim Graham
Professor Paul Downing

Undergraduate education

2009-2012: BSc Neuropsychology, Bangor University (First class hons)

Postgraduate education

2012-2013: MSc Neuroimaging, Bangor (Distinction)
2013-2016: PhD Cognitive Neuroscience, Cardiff & Bangor

Awards/external committees

ESRC PhD scholarship
Student Representative for the ESRC Wales Doctoral Training Centre to STEMNET