Karen graduated with a MEng in Biomedical Engineering from Imperial College London. During her masters thesis, she investigated the neural mechanisms of natural speech comprehension. In this context, she used machine learning methods to analyse electroencephalogram data during an auditory task. Karen is currently reading for a DPhil in Engineering Science as an iCASE student in partnership with Magstim.
Karen’s DPhil research is focused on investigating closed-loop Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation approaches, working under the supervision of Prof. Tim Denison and Dr Jacinta O’Shea. Her work involves searching for optimal stimulation parameters for the treatment of epilepsy.
xTMS: A Pulse Generator for Exploring Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapies
ALI K. et al, (2023)
Corrigendum to "Pulse width modulation-based TMS: Primary motor cortex responses compared to conventional monophasic stimuli" [Brain Stimulat 15 (2022) 980-983].
Sorkhabi MM. et al, (2023), Brain Stimul, 16
The effect of pulse shape in theta-burst stimulation: Monophasic vs biphasic TMS.
Wendt K. et al, (2023), Brain Stimul, 16, 1178 - 1185
Pulse width modulation-based TMS: Primary motor cortex responses compared to conventional monophasic stimuli.
Memarian Sorkhabi M. et al, (2022), Brain Stimul
Relative Comparison of Non-Invasive Brain Stimulation Methods for Modulating Deep Brain Targets.
Radyte E. et al, (2022), Annu Int Conf IEEE Eng Med Biol Soc, 2022, 1715 - 1718