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Mo Shahdloo


Postdoctoral Reseacher

I am a researcher at the MR Physics Group at FMRIB Centre, University of Oxford, working with Dr. Mark Chiew.

I am an engineer by training; my undergraduate degree is in Electrical Engineering (2011), from Amirkabir University, Tehran. I was a software and hardware engineer for a couple of years. Then, I moved to Ankara and got MSc (2017) and PhD (2020), both in EE, from Bilkent University.

My research centers on developing methods to make MR imaging faster and more accurate. Specifically, I am focused on reducing motion artifacts in functional MRI in non-human primates. Also, using fMRI, I develop computational models to investigate representations of visual and auditory natural stimuli in the human brain, and their interactions with attention.

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