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Dr Manuela Pisch
Institute of Child Health
30 Guilford Street
London
WC1N 1EH
Appointment
  • Research Associate
  • ICH Developmental Neurosciences Prog
  • UCL GOS Institute of Child Health
  • Faculty of Pop Health Sciences
Biography

since 2014 Postdoctoral Fellow at the Institute of Child Health, University College London
2011 - 2014 PhD Candidate at the Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck
2010 - 2011 MPhil in Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge
2008 - 2010 BSc in Psychology at the University of Heidelberg, Germany
2007 Initial Year of Undergraduate Studies in Psychology at the University of Strasbourg, France

Research Summary

The focus of my research is sleep and cognitive development in typically developing infants as well as infants with epilepsy. In particular, I am interested to understand how individual differences of sleep or cognition early in life relate to trajectories over the first year and beyond.


I am mainly involved in two longitudinal studies:


EPIPEG (Epilepsy in Infancy: relating Phenotype to Genotype)
In particular, I am interested to understand the mechanisms that drive variability in cognitive outcomes of infants with early-onset epilepsy. The EPIPEG project is an epidemiological study, looking at the association of clinical, neuropsychological, and behavioural variables.

Sleep and cognition in the first year of life (PhD project)
Here I am mainly interested in the association between early sleep variables and cognitive trajectories in the first year of life using a multi-modal approach (eye-tracking, actigraphy, questionnaires, sleep diaries, and direct observation).

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