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Psychology: Open Access research investigating short- & long-term memory domains...

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Research at Psychology includes those working within the Memory & Ageing Lab, exploring recall within short- and long-term memory domains. This entails investgation of 'working memory' processes, visual working memory, psychopathology, impact of nutrition on attention and memory, and much more. Psychology also includes research specialisms in Cognition, Health Psychology & Behavioural Medicine, and Development & Educational Psychology.

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Mulholland, Theresa and McAllister, Milly and Patek, Samantha and Flint, David and Underwood, Mark and Sim, Alexander and Edwards, Joanne and Zagnoni, Michele (2018) Drug screening of biopsy-derived spheroids using a self-generated microfluidic concentration gradient. Scientific Reports, 8. 14672. ISSN 2045-2322

Mulholland, Theresa E. and McAllister, Milly and Patek, Samantha and Flint, David and Underwood, Mark and Sim, Alexander and Edwards, Joanne and Zagnoni, Michele (2018) Drug screening of biopsy-derived multicellular spheroids using microfluidic technology. Cancer Research, 78 (13 (su). 5024. ISSN 0008-5472

Book Section

Christ, T. and Payne, S. and Yan, Y. and Ren, J. and Edwards, J. and Boyd, M. and Zagnoni, M.; (2016) On-chip formation of 3D spheroids for patient-derived tissue screening. In: 20th International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemistry and Life Sciences (MicroTAS 2016). Chemical and Biological Microsystems Society, IRL, pp. 577-578. ISBN 9781510834163

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