Mathew Thomas Kollamkulam is currently a doctoral researcher in cognitive neuroscience working on a project that investigates how sleep helps to stabilise memories in the human brain. Mathew completed his undergraduate degree in Psychology at University College London (UCL), and worked as a Research Assistant at UCL, where he was involved in research on how limb loss and artificial limbs affect the brain and motor control. He has a particular research interest in the brain plasticity along both short and long timelines.
Memory, neuroimaging, brain plasticity
- Amoruso E*, Dowdall L*, Kollamkulam MT*, Ukaegbu O, Ng T, Dempsey-Jones H, Clode D, Makin TR
(2021). Harnessing built-in somatosensory signals for optimal motor control of an extra robotic finger. bioRxiv. doi: 10.1101/2021.05.18.444661 * these authors contributed equally
- Siedel Malkinson T, Terhune DB, Kollamkulam MT, Guerreiro MJ, Basset DS, Makin TR (2021). Gender
Imbalance in the Editorial Activities of a Researcher-led Journal. bioRxiv. doi: 10.1101/2021.11.09.467796
- Makin T, Amoruso E, Arribas M,… Kollamkulam MT,… Root V, Schone H (2020). Phantom Limbs and Brain Plasticity in Amputees. In Sherman, S.M. (ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, pp. 1-31. doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780190264086.013.50
- Thomas M, Lenka A, Pal PK (2017). Handwriting analysis in Parkinson’s disease: Current status and future directions. Movement Disorders Clinical Practice 4(6): 806–818. doi: 10.1002/mdc3.12552