Objectives of Neuroimaging group

Neuroimaging or brain imaging is the use of various techniques to either directly or indirectly image the structure, function, or pharmacology of the nervous system.

NBCI’s neuroimaging group have come together to share knowledge and techniques in order to advance the understanding of Neonatal Brain Injury. Their strands of research aim to help predict the attentional, behavioural, and cognitive impairments that can emerge in childhood.

By identifying these impairments early, interventions can be devised for affected children to help improve their outcomes.

Neuroimaging Group Members

Professor Eleanor Molloy

Consultant Neonatologist, Chair and Professor of Paediatrics, TCD and Tallaght Hospital

Dr Eva Jiminez Mateos

Assistant Professor, Physiology, TCD, Dublin

Professor Afif El-Khuffash

Neonatologist, The Rotunda Hospital, Dublin & Clinical Professor of Paediatrics, RCSI

Dr Jean Quigley

Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology, TCD

Mandy Daly

Medical Underwriter, Nutritionist, Co-Founder of INHA, and PPI for HRB NEPTuNE Programme

Professor Arun Bokde

Professor of Neuroimaging, TCD

Marie Slevin

Psychologist, National Maternity Hospital, Holles St, Dublin

Dr Sarah Doyle

Assistant Professor in Immunology, Trinity Inst. of Neurosciences (TCIN)

Elaine Ní Bhraonáin

Board member of INHA, and PPI for HRB NEPTuNE Programme

Dr Elizabeth Nixon

Assistant Professor in Developmental Psychology, TCD

Professor Frances Northington

Professor of Paediatrics, John Hopkins University School of Medicine

Professor Denise McDonald

Consultant Paediatrician and Clinical Associate Professor TCD

Professor Geraldine Boylan

Professor of Neonatal Physiology, University College Cork & Director of Irish Centre for Fetal and Neonatal Translational Research (INFANT)