Gregory Scott is a GSK-Wellcome Trust funded Clinical Fellow. He has an MBBS and an MSc in Computing from Imperial College London.
The aims of his research are to use novel positron emission tomography (PET) ligands in inflammatory imaging of TBI, to characterise the relationship between brain inflammation and white matter damage, and to investigate the action of the drug minocycline on neuroinflammation.
His research uses a combination of neuroimaging and computational modelling to probe the relationship between brain structure and function.
et al., 2015, Cognitive Flexibility through Metastable Neural Dynamics Is Disrupted by Damage to the Structural Connectome, Journal of Neuroscience, Vol:35, ISSN:0270-6474, Pages:9050-9063
et al., 2015, Cascades and Cognitive State: Focused Attention Incurs Subcritical Dynamics, Journal of Neuroscience, Vol:35, ISSN:0270-6474, Pages:4626-4634
et al., 2015, Exploring Spatiotemporal Network Transitions in Task Functional MRI, Human Brain Mapping, Vol:36, ISSN:1065-9471, Pages:1348-1364
et al., 2014, Voltage Imaging of Waking Mouse Cortex Reveals Emergence of Critical Neuronal Dynamics, Journal of Neuroscience, Vol:34, ISSN:0270-6474, Pages:16611-16620
et al., 2014, Damage to the Salience Network and Interactions with the Default Mode Network, Journal of Neuroscience, Vol:34, ISSN:0270-6474, Pages:10798-10807
et al., 2014, Spatial Dependencies between Large-Scale Brain Networks, PLOS One, Vol:9, ISSN:1932-6203
Sharp DJ, Scott G, Leech R, 2014, Network dysfunction after traumatic brain injury, Nature Reviews Neurology, Vol:10, ISSN:1759-4758, Pages:156-166
et al., 2014, The Control of Global Brain Dynamics: Opposing Actions of Frontoparietal Control and Default Mode Networks on Attention, Journal of Neuroscience, Vol:34, ISSN:0270-6474, Pages:451-461
et al., 2013, Lung sounds: how doctors draw crackles and wheeze, Postgraduate Medical Journal, Vol:89, ISSN:0032-5473, Pages:693-697
Scott G, Presswood E, 2012, CHRISTMAS 2012: TOMORROW'S WORLD Case report of E.T.-The Extra-Terrestrial, British Medical Journal, Vol:345, ISSN:1756-1833
Scott G, Vijayan R, Male P, 2011, Relevance of the expression "obs stable" in nursing observations: retrospective study, Bmj, Vol:343, ISSN:0959-8138, Pages:d7504-d7504
et al., 2014, Visual and proprioceptive interaction in patients with bilateral vestibular loss, Neuroimage-clinical, Vol:4, ISSN:2213-1582, Pages:274-282
et al., 2011, Making electronic prescribing alerts more effective: scenario-based experimental study in junior doctors, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Vol:18, ISSN:1067-5027, Pages:789-798