Mark Richardson

Mark is the Vice Dean of the Division of Neuroscience at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London.

Amber Collingwood

Amber is the Project Manager of a five-year MRC funded Programme of Clinical Epilepsy Research at King’s College London, under the leadership of Professor Mark Richardson, Vice-Dean for the Division of Neuroscience.

Chayanin Tangwiriyasakul

In February 2010, Chin started his PhD project in the collaboration project between the Biomedical-Signals-and-Systems group and Clinical-Neurophysiology group at University of Twente. His PhD work involved the development and evaluation of a motor imagery neurofeedback system for stroke rehabilitation.

Isabella Premoli

Isabella obtained her combined BA and MD in Pharmacy from the University of Pavia, Italy. She completed the experimental part of her MD thesis at the Faculty of Pharmacy of the University of Sydney, Australia.

Dimitris Sakellariou

DImitris is neural informatics postdoctoral researcher with a background in physics, signal processing and methods development. His main interest is the investigation of epilepsy biomarkers in neurophysiological data using advanced computational technologies, including brain connectivity, graph theoretic models and machine learning.

Elisa Bruno

Elisa is a Neurologist from the University of Catania, Italy and a PhD student in Clinical Neuroscience at King’s College London. Her PhD focused on the identification of clinically useful remote monitoring technology (RMT)-measured biosignatures that predict and track seizure and disease state changes in epilepsy.

Eugenio Abela

Eugenio is a clinical neurologist from Switzerland interested in using advanced neuroimaging techniques to better understand,diagnose and treat epilepsies. After obtaining his medical diploma and doctorate from the University of Zurich, he was a resident at the Deparments of Neurology of the Kantonsspital St. Gallen and the University Hospital Bern.

Andrea Biondi

Andrea is a Research Assistant at the King College of London on the Maurice Wohl Clinical Neuroscience Institute, under the supervision of Prof. Mark Richardson and Dr. Bruno Elisa.

Anthony Shek

Anthony is a PhD student in Clinical Neuroscience at King’s College London where he is applying state-of-the-art data analytics to electronic health records, in order to develop a comprehensive understanding of care pathways and outcomes for patients with neurological disorders.

Sam Stewart

Sam is Research Coordinator for the Department of Basic and Clinical Neuroscience, providing funding application support to academics and facilitating communications across epilepsy research projects.

Pedro Viana

Pedro is a 5th year Neurology resident and a PhD student visiting from Lisbon, Portugal. He obtained his medical master’s degree from the Lisbon Faculty of Medical Sciences, and has been training in clinical Neurology at the Department of Neurosciences and Mental Health in Santa Maria Hospital.

Jonas Duun-Henriksen

Jonas is a Visiting Researcher from Denmark. He is interested in ultra-long-term EEG recordings and how they can be utilized for seizure treatment optimization as well as patient empowerment and potentially seizure prediction.