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Satyam is a first year Doctoral Researcher within the Centre for Cognitive Neuroscience. He is currently working on multiple projects including 'investigating how chronotypes & psychopathological related traits influence cognitive and affect processing', ' investigating the pineal gland & hippocampal volume in people with high schizotypy traits', 'investigation of visual feedback learning aid for COVID-19 related loss of smell & taste'. He has a strong foundation in psychology along with a MSc in cognitive & clinical neuroscience from Brunel University, London (2021). His MSc dissertation investigated the pineal volumetric abnormalities and depressive symptoms in schizophrenia. He's an ambitious, pragmatic, career driven, and a goal-oriented person.

Supervisory Team: Professor Veena Kumari, Dr Ray Norbury & Dr Ignazio Puzzo