Lab members

We are an interdisciplinary team comprising people with diverse backgrounds in psychology, physics, engineering, medicine, and biology. We work together and learn from each other in our efforts to understand the brain.

Professor Alex Fornito

Head, Neural Systems and Behaviour Lab
Head, Brain Mapping and Modelling Research Program
Sylvia and Charles Viertel Foundation Senior Research Fellow

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Dr James Pang

Research Fellow

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Dr Kevin Aquino
Research Fellow
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Dr Trang Cao

Research Fellow

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Dr Jeggan Tiego

Research Fellow
Project Coordinator - Monash Brain and Behaviour Study

Jeggan completed postgraduate degrees in behavioural neuroscience and psychology before working in clinical neurophysiology for several years. He uses different statistical modelling techniques to link between genetics, brain function, cognition, and symptoms of psychopathology.

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Samual Brown 

Samuel Brown
Research Officer.

Sam is working on the Monash Brain and Behaviour Project, investigating how individual differences might influence susceptibility to mental illness, and to understand the effect of brain function and genetics.

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Dr Chao Suo  
Research Fellow, Technical Manager

As a research fellow, he works on investigating intervention-induced brain changes utilising multiple-modalities of neuroimaging methods (including structural MRI, functional MRI and MR spectroscopy).


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Michelle Lamblin
PhD Student
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Ashlea Segal
PhD Student

Ashlea uses neuroimaging and machine learning to study the link between individual and group-level neural changes across psychiatric disorders.
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Sid Chopra 

Sidhant Chopra
PhD (Clinical Psychology) Student

Sid uses neuroimaging to identifying neural changes in medicated and unmedicated psychosis.

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Yu-Chi Chen
PhD Student

Yu-Chi uses shape analysis to examine the relationships between cortical morphology and genes.
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Sian Virtue-Griffiths
D.Psych Student
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Alex Holmes
PhD Student

Alex's research focuses on different aspects of brain ageing and cortical organization. He seeks to uncover how accelerated brain ageing is associated with psychiatric disorders and to understand the genetic underpinnings of cortical function.
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