Ms Samantha Harrison
PhD student (Objective measures)
Samantha joined us in 2017 as a PhD student funded by the University of Nottingham with the aim to explore longitudinal cortical factors contributing to cochlear implant success in infants.
Samantha was admitted to Graduate Member status within The British Psychological Society in 2016 when she completed her BSc (hons) Psychology at The University of Lincoln. Whilst assisting on a number of research projects, she continued at The University of Lincoln and completed her MSc in Psychological Research Methods. Her Masters project involved measuring the hemispheric lateralisation of speech using functional Transcranial Doppler ultrasonography (fTCD) and it’s relation to sequential motor movements.