Dr Amy Loughman is a psychologist and Associate Lecturer. She has a PhD in psychology and Masters of Clinical Neuropsychology from the University of Melbourne. Amy is passionate about the gut microbiome and its relevance to human development, brain function and mental health. She is an active science communicator, and has written for The Conversation, The Research Whisperer and The Thesis Whisperer. She also shares her thoughts on Twitter @MBmicrobiome.
BSc (Hons) BA MPsyc (Clinical Neuropsychology) PhD
- Loughman, A.,Bowden, S.,D'Souza, W. (2017). A comprehensive assessment of cognitive function in the common genetic generalized epilepsy syndromes In: European Journal of Neurology, 24, 453 - 460
- Loughman, A.,Bowden, S.,D'Souza, W. (2017). Self and informant report ratings of psychopathology in genetic generalized epilepsy In: Epilepsy and Behavior, 67, 13 - 19
- Loughman, A.,Bendrups, N.,D’Souza, W. (2016). A systematic review of psychiatric and psychosocial comorbidities of genetic generalised epilepsies (GGE) In: Neuropsychology Review, 26, 364 - 375