Aamir Sohail

CINN Operations Support,
School of Psychology and Clinical Language Sciences

About me

I am a research assistant in the field of cognitive neuroscience with a specialism for fMRI. I am interested in multiple facets of psychology and cognitive neuroscience, with a particular interest in the fields of decision making, memory, the philosophy of neuroscience and social behaviour.

I completed a BSc in Biomedical Science at Imperial College London with my final year project, looking at the relationship between regional differences in brain region volumes in addiction, supervised in the Department of Neuropsychopharmacology under Professor Anne Lingford-Hughes. I then obtained an MSc in Brain Imaging at the University of Nottingham, with my thesis on the neural components of error processing being done under the supervision of Dr Jan Derrfuss and Dr Claudia Danielmeier.

CINN research I am involved with