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Shaun Warrington

PhD Student, Faculty of Medicine & Health Sciences

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Biography

I completed a BSc Physics at the University of Leicester in 2013.

I then went on to the NSHCS Scientist Training Programme (STP) where I completed an MSc in Clinical Sciences (Imaging with Non-Ionising Radiation) (University of Newcastle) and gained state registration as a Clinical Scientist specialising in Medical Physics whilst working at Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH).

I am currently undertaking a PhD focussing on using MRI for investigating brain connectivity.

Research Summary

My research focuses on using diffusion and resting-state MRI to look at how brain connectivity is associated with behaviour, genetics and family history. For this I am using publicly accessible data… read more

Selected Publications

  • GANJGAHI, H., BIJSTERBOSCH, J., DAW, E.W., DONOHUE, B., FIEREMANS, E., GLAHN, D., GLASSER, M., HARMS, M., HODGE, M., JBABDI, S., KOCHUNOV, P., MARCHINI, J., NOVIKOV, D., SMITH, S., SOTIROPOLOUS, S., VAN ESSEN, D., VERAART, J., WARRINGTON, S., WINKLER, A. and NICHOLS, T., 2018. Genetics of the Young Adult Human Connectome Project In: Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
  • WARRINGTON, S., PITIOT, A., EVANGELOU, N. and MORGAN, P., 2017. Using advanced MRI techniques to improve the characterisation of Multiple Sclerosis In: Stem for Britain 2017.

Current Research

My research focuses on using diffusion and resting-state MRI to look at how brain connectivity is associated with behaviour, genetics and family history. For this I am using publicly accessible data from the young adult Human Connectome Project (HCP) which contains approximately 1200 subjects.

  • GANJGAHI, H., BIJSTERBOSCH, J., DAW, E.W., DONOHUE, B., FIEREMANS, E., GLAHN, D., GLASSER, M., HARMS, M., HODGE, M., JBABDI, S., KOCHUNOV, P., MARCHINI, J., NOVIKOV, D., SMITH, S., SOTIROPOLOUS, S., VAN ESSEN, D., VERAART, J., WARRINGTON, S., WINKLER, A. and NICHOLS, T., 2018. Genetics of the Young Adult Human Connectome Project In: Organization for Human Brain Mapping.
  • WARRINGTON, S., PITIOT, A., EVANGELOU, N. and MORGAN, P., 2017. Using advanced MRI techniques to improve the characterisation of Multiple Sclerosis In: Stem for Britain 2017.

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University of Nottingham
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Nottingham, NG7 2UH

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