Oxford Cognitive Screen
Clinical Research Coordinator
Subjective and mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's Disease, Parkinson's Diseas, Cognitive Behaviour Therapy
I currently work on the diagnosis of subjective and mild cognitive impairment (SCI and MCI), carrying out longitudinal follow-ups of patients with these conditions to understand prognosis. In parallel, I work on a project using techniques from Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT) to uderstand and build a profile of apathy in Parkinson's Disease.
My previous research focused on developing computerised cognitive assessments, such as The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS) and OCS-BRIDGE, for diagnosing impairments in all cognitive domains (memory, language, attention, executive functions, number processing) following a stroke.This research was useful for informing multi-disciplinary teams in clinical settings and providing adequate and cost-effective diagnosis for stroke survivors.
Superior short-term memory in APOE ε2 carriers across the age range.
Zokaei N. et al, (2021), Behav Brain Res, 397
The Oxford Cognitive Screen (OCS): validation of a stroke-specific short cognitive screening tool.
Demeyere N. et al, (2015), Psychol Assess, 27, 883 - 894