Effect of prebiotics on emotion processing at the behavioural and brain level
This project looks at the effect of prebiotic intake on emotion regulation abilities at the behavioural and brain level, with particular focus on possible interactions with nutrition and sleep.
Dr Kathrin Cohen Kadosh
Reader in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
I read for my PhD at Birkbeck College, University of London and went on to receive postdoctoral training at University College London, King's College London, the National Institutes of Health, USA and the University of Oxford.
Since 2016, I am an associate professor in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Surrey, and head of the Social Brain & Development (SBD) Lab.
As a developmental cognitive neuroscientist, I use a combination of behavioural tests and brain-imaging techniques to understand how improving cognitive abilities and changes in brain function and structure shape the emerging social brain network.
I am also investigating the role of the microbiome gut-brain axis on behaviour and brain function in development, together with the Brain NUtrition Gut Microbiome group, a multidisciplinary research group at the University of Surrey.
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