Postdoctoral Research Associate, Cognitive Neuroscience, University of Cambridge
Dr Christelle Langley is a Cognitive Neuroscientist, she received her PhD from the University of Bristol in 2018. Her PhD focused on understanding the relationship between fatigue and cognition in Multiple Sclerosis, with particular emphasis on the neural mechanisms. She joined the University of Cambridge Department of Psychiatry in Professor Barbara J Sahakian’s lab in early 2019. In collaboration with UCL she has been examining cognitive impairment in young premanifest Huntington’s Disease patients and with the University of Copenhagen is examining the role of serotonin in cognition.
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