Mimi studied a BSc in Psychology at Bristol University, and an MSc in Cognitive Neuroscience at UCL. She is currently studying Medicine at King’s College University.
Mimi first got involved with KatLab in collaboration with Michael Kopelman, Professor at King’s College London, in the summer of 2014, where she was funded by King’s Experience Studentship Scheme to work as a research assistant. She has developed a particular interest in the Motivational Theories of Anosognosia for Hemiplegia and is continuing to work with the lab as part of her Medical studies, with focus on avoidance behaviours and the possibility of a motivated unconscious in anosognosic patients.
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