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Ts-eurotrain.euNatalie J. Forde
University Medical Centre Groningen
St. Mary’s High School Midleton, Co. Cork Work Experience
June 2012 – August 2013
Clinical Neuroimaging Laboratory, NUI Galway, Ireland Key responsibilities: Processing and analysis of MRI diffusion data Tutoring medical students in neuroimaging November 2011 – April 2012 Chemistry Department, University College Cork, Ireland Position: Key responsibilities: Preparing laboratory practicals Assisting and teaching undergraduate students August 2011 – October 2011 Clinical Neuroimaging Laboratory, NUI Galway, Ireland Position: Key responsibilities: Processing and analysis of MRI diffusion data
Proficient with Macintosh, Windows and Linux operating systems
Word, Excel, Powerpoint, Photoshop, Chemdraw
SPSS statistical programs, R, STATA
Matlab, ExploreDTI, FSL, SPM, MIPAV, MRICron
HPLC, LC-MS, GC-MS
Behavioural pharmacology, Western blotting
Gross lab (including brain extraction)
Forensic photography and ballistic analysis
Member of organising committee for 2013 Irish Diffusion Imaging Group (IDIG) meeting
Presentations and Publications
*Natalie J. Forde, *Lisa Ronan, John Suckling, Cathy Scanlon, Simon Neary, Laurena
Holleran, Alexander Leemans, Roger Tait, Catarina Rua, Paul Fletcher, Ben Jeurissen, Chris
M. Dodds, Sam Miller, Edward T. Bullmore, Colm McDonald, Pradeep J. Nathan, Dara M.
Cannon. Structural neuroimaging correlates of met-homozygosity of the BDNF val66met
polymorphism. (*Joint first author). In review - Neuroimage.
Emsell L, Chaddock C, Forde N, Van Hecke W, Barker GJ, Leemans A, Sunaert S, Walshe
M, Bramon E, Cannon D, Murray R, McDonald C. (2013). White matter microstructural
abnormalities in families multiply affected with bipolar I disorder: a diffusion tensor
tractography study (2013). J Psychol Med.
Ian Ellison-Wright, Pradeep J. Nathan, Edward T. Bullmore, Rashid Zaman, Robert Dudas,
Mark Agius, Emilio Fernandez-Egea, Ulrich Muller, Chris M. Dodds, Natalie J. Forde, Cathy
Scanlon, Colm McDonald, Alexander Leemans, Ben Jeurissen and Dara M. Cannon.
Distribution of tract deficits in schizophrenia. In submission – Journal of BioMed Central
Natalie J. Forde. The effect of clozapine on white matter in schizophrenia: A diffusion
imaging and tractography study. Poster presentation at 28th World CINP Congress (June
2012). Int J Neuropsychoph V15, S1. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S1461145712000508.
Oral presentation at Irish diffusion Imaging Group (IDIG) meeting (Feb 2013).
Natalie J. Forde. White matter tract deficits in schizophrenia. Poster presentation at
Neuroscience Ireland (Sept 2012).
Natalie J. Forde, Mohammed Ahmed, Laurena Holleran, Heike Schmidt, John McFarland,
Louise Emsell, Alexander Leemans, Ben Jeurissen, Cathy Scanlon, Peter Dockery, Peter
McCarthy, Gareth J. Barker, Colm McDonald, Dara M. Cannon. The Effect of Clozapine on
White Matter in Schizophrenia: A Diffusion Imaging and Tractography Study.
Interests and Achievements
Both ice and inline hockey have been a passion of mine for many years. In recent years I have had the privilege of representing Ireland on the Irish Women’s Ice Hockey team in the World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria 2011 and the World Championship Qualifiers in Izmir, Turkey 2012. While in college I held positions as Equipment Manager and Club Captain of the Inline Hockey Club in UCC. I have also helped coach the Cork junior team, the Wolfpack. When time away from research and hockey training permits I also participate in solo pursuits like Muay Thai and middle distance running. Aside from sports I also enjoy photography, travelling and reading.
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