PhD Student: Olaia Lucas Jiménez

Degree in Psychology with Honors Program at the University of Deusto (2010-2014). She made an Erasmus stay of one academic year at the National University of Ireland, Galway (2012-2013) where she studied subjects related to neuroimaging and neuropsychology. She is an expert in neuropsychology at the University of Deusto (2015). She studied the official Master in General Health Psychology at the University of Deusto (2015-2017). Currently, she is PhD student getting the training grant research staff (FPI) from the Basque Government. She has a backgorund of three years of research experience with the team being formed in neuropsychology assessment tools, rehabilitation and neuroimaging. The lines of her thesis focus on identifying biomarkers with magnetic resonance neuroimaging related to functional and structural brain connectivity that are associated with the development of cognitive impairment and dementia in patients with idiopathic Parkinson’s disease and genetic origin.

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