Richard Ibitoye is a Clinical PhD Student researching the cortical basis of 'unexplained dizziness' and disequilibrium in older adults. Using multi-modal functional imaging this explores the link to small vessel disease and involvement of central vestibular networks. This will form the basis of a PhD supervised by Prof. Adolfo Bronstein, Dr. Diego Kaski and Prof. David Sharp. The work is funded by the Dunhill Medical Trust.
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et al., 2018, An fMRI study of visuo-vestibular interaction in Vestibular Neuritis, Neuroimage: Clinical, Vol:20, ISSN:2213-1582, Pages:1010-1017
et al., 2016, Ovarioleukodystrophy due to EIF2B5 mutations., Pract Neurol, Vol:16, Pages:496-499
Ibitoye RT, Wilkins A, Scolding NJ, 2016, Neurosarcoidosis: a clinical approach to diagnosis and management, Journal of Neurology, Vol:264, ISSN:0340-5354, Pages:1023-1028