My research background is in using neuroimaging to look at anatomical brain asymmetries and how this may change in certain psychiatric or neurological disorders, through brain evolution and with musical training at the University of Edinburgh with supervisor, Profession Neil Roberts and collaborator, Professor Tim Crow (University of Oxford, POWIC), sharing this work in conferences at Sitges, London Museum of Natural History, Durham and Hawaii (HBM, 2016).
I won the British Neuroscience Association & International Medical Science Undergraduate Award in my undergraduate degree, and was a Science Fellow at the Exploring the Mind Through Music Conference in Rice University 2016.
Published Papers & Outputs:
Measurement of Sylvian Fissure and Occipital Bending Asymmetries in Humans and Pan Troglodytes. NeuroImage (Hou et al. 2018)
Brain structural and functional asymmetry in human situs inversus totalis. Brain Structure & Function. Vingerhoets, G., Xiang, L., Hou, L., et al. (2018)
BLAHB: the Better Looking Atlas of the Human Brain (Version 0.1) [Digital Brain Atlas] Noordanus, N. W., Dimitriou, P., Hou, L. (2013).