Dr Matthew Hughes
Dr Matthew Hughes is an early career researcher at Swinburne University of Technology (SUT) where he is the National Imaging Facility (NIF) Fellow for MRI research. He completed his doctoral work in 2010 at the University of Newcastle under the supervision of Emeritus Professor Pat Michie, Dr Ross Fulham and Dr Bill Budd that was concerned with understanding the neural basis of stop-signal response inhibition in healthy controls and its impairment in patients with schizophrenia. He is continuing this work at SUT using 3T MRI and MEG with an NHMRC grant awarded in 2013, and extending it to patients with bipolar disorder who exhibit the same impairment. A further aim of this work is to understand links between impaired inhibitory control and psychotic symptoms in patients with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Finally, Dr Hughes is exploring neurocognitive impairment in patients with anorexia nervosa and hoarding disorder.
PhD candidate and honours supervision
Higher degrees by research
Accredited to supervise Masters & Doctoral students as Principal Supervisor.
Available to supervise honours students.
Fields of Research
- Clinical Sciences - 320200
- Neurosciences - 320900
- Applied And Developmental Psychology - 520100
- Biological Psychology - 520200
- Clinical And Health Psychology - 520300
- Cognitive And Computational Psychology - 520400
- Social And Personality Psychology - 520500
Also published as: Hughes, Matthew; Hughes, M.; Hughes, Matthew E.
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Recent research grants awarded
- 2018: Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation (tDCS) for Anorexia Nervosa *; Swiss Anorexia Nervosa Foundation Fund Scheme
- 2017: An investigation of neurocognitive abnormalities in anorexia nervosa. *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
- 2017: Investigating the impact of hearing aid use on brain activity *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
- 2017: Investigating the relationship between glutathione, mood and memory *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
- 2017: Understanding the role of dysfunction in affective network alteration and auditory verbal hallucinations in patients with bipolar disorder *; Barbara Dicker Brain Science grant
* Chief Investigator
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