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Sara Nahon


MSc Student

I am a M.Sc. student in Psychiatry working within the Psychopharmacology and Emotion Research Lab (PERL) supervised by Dr Susannah Murphy and Professor Catherine Harmer. 

My research will involve comparing the sensitivities of explicit and implicit cognitive measures in patients living with Parkinson's disease, while on and off medication. The aim of this research is to develop sensitive cognitive biomarkers that can be used to test the effect of new pharmacological agents early in development, thereby improving novel drug screening and treatment efficiency.

Prior to joining Oxford, I earned a B.Sc. in Anatomy and Cell Biology from McGill University.

I am a member of Somerville College.