Megan Ní Bhroin
Megan received her B.A. in Science from Trinity College Dublin and then went on to do a Higher Diploma in Psychology, researching interhemispheric mechanisms associated with cross education of ballistic movements using transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) under the supervision of Prof Richard Carson.
She began her PhD at Trinity College Institute of Neuroscience under the supervision of Arun Bokde in October 2017. Her main research interests relate to the impact of perinatal brain lesions on brain network organisation, and the associated neurodevelopmental consequences. In particular, her goal is to use resting state functional MRI measures to provide additional insight and aid clinicians in predicting the long-term outcomes in children after PBI.