|Antonia Hamilton's lab for Social Cognition|
Dr Antonia Hamilton
Dr Hamilton is a Reader in Social Neuroscience and leader of the Social Neuroscience group at the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience (UCL). She completed a PhD on the impact of neuronal noise for the optimal control of human arm movements (UCL), and postdoctoral work on imitation in autism and brain systems for action understanding. She was a lecturer at the University of Nottingham until 2013, and was awarded the Experimental Psychology Society prize lectureship for 2013. Her current research interests include how and why people imitate each other, how social skills differ in autism, and the neural mechanisms of social interaction.
Harry Farmer is a postdoc studying brain mechanisms of mimicry
Alexandra Georgescu is a postdoc studying mimimcry
Indu Dubey is a postdoc working on social motivation in autism
Jamie A Ward is a postdoc working on machine learning
Paul Forbes is a PhD student studying imitation in people with autism spectrum condition
Sujatha Krishnan-Barman is a PhD student studying overimitation
Roser Canigueral is a PhD student studying gaze
Tian Ye is a PhD student studying perspective taking
Patrick Falk is a PhD student studying social interaction
Lab bbq, summer of 2016
Lab dinner, summer of 2012
Lab dinner, winter of 2009
Jo Hale is a research coordinator at Royal Holloway
Dom Oliver is a PhD student at KCL
Sylvia Xueni Pan is lecturer in computer science at Goldsmiths
Lauren Marsh completed her PhD on how typical and autistic individuals understand rational and irrational actions. She is now a postdoc at Surrey
Amy Pearson completed her PhD on how typical and autistic individuals represent and understand the human hand and body from different viewpoints. She is now a teaching fellow at Durham.
Lorcan Kenny worked as a research assistant for a study of the development of motor and social skills in school children. He is now based at the Institute of Education.
Bruce Yin Wang completed a PhD and postdoc in the lab, studying how and why people mimic actions. He is now a postdoc at NYU.
Richard Ramsey joined the lab in 2007 as a post-doctoral research fellow working on action understanding in the human brain. He is now a lecturer at Bangor University. Personal website
Emily Cross joined the lab as a visiting post-doc. She is now a lecturer at Bangor University.Personal website
Mirko Uljarevic spent some time here as an MSc student and is now a PhD student in Cardiff
Imogen BoSmith worked as a research assistant and is now based in London
Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience, University College London, Alexandra House, 17 Queen Square, London, WC1N 3AR a.hamilton - at - ucl.ac.uk