MD BSc (hons)
Honorary Clinical Research Fellow
- Specialist Registrar
After graduating in Medicine, I started my clinical training in Psychiatry and later obtained a degree in Psychology. I’m currently a Specialty Training Registrar (ST6) in General Adult and Old Age Psychiatry, combining my clinical training with research which is part of the Whitehall Imaging project ‘Predicting MRI abnormalities with longitudinal data of the Whitehall II Substudy". Under the supervision of Prof Ebmeier I’m also conducting a study looking at the relationship between cognition, vascular burden and gait abnormalities.
Association between gait and cognition in an elderly population based sample.
Valkanova V. et al, (2018), Gait posture, 65, 240 - 245
Imaging in Old Age Psychiatry
Valkanova V. and Ebmeier KP., (2018), Seminars in Old Age Psychiatry
Suri S. et al, (2018), Oxford Textbook of Old Age Psychiatry
Moderate alcohol consumption as risk factor for adverse brain outcomes and cognitive decline: longitudinal cohort study.
Topiwala A. et al, (2017), Bmj, 357
What can gait tell us about dementia? Review of epidemiological and neuropsychological evidence.
Valkanova V. and Ebmeier KP., (2017), Gait posture, 53, 215 - 223