Idil Mitsadali

Idil graduated with an Integrated Master's degree in Neuroscience from the University of Manchester in 2019. She completed her Master's project in the b-neuro laboratory, looking at the pro-cognitive and protective effects of voluntary wheel-running in an animal model of relevance to schizophrenia (Aerobic exercise improves memory and prevents cognitive deficits of relevance to schizophrenia in an animal model - PubMed (

Shortly after her degree, she joined the b-neuro team as a research technician. Idil is currently completing a b-neuro funded PhD where she is investigating the relevance of the sub-chronic phencyclidine rat model in mimicking aspects of the positive symptomatology of schizophrenia.